Relatable: for the love of relationships

The skills you need to create the relationships you want.

Because relationships are everything...

Relatable is a private online community for growth-oriented individuals seeking support, resources, coaching, and learning as they experience or pursue transitions (in various forms) in themselves and their relationship(s). Members may be looking to strengthen, transition, or end certain relationships. They may be going through a divorce or starting over after ending a significant relationship. They could be entering into new types of relationships, such as co-parenting with their ex-partner. Some will be working on their relationship with themselves and becoming secure and comfortable holding off on needing or pursuing one with others. Everyone in here is here for the relationships -- because relationships are everything.

Everything you need for your healthy relationships.

We offer expert guidance and resources from Marriage and Family Therapists, Relationship Experts, Certified Coaches, and CoParenting Mediators. 

With support groups, clubs, and interest groups, you'll be with people who are in the same relationship stage, and/or those who are going through something similar with their relationships.

We bring in guest experts and advisors, such as amicable divorce providers, financial experts, co-parenting experts, couple conflict resolution experts, dating experts, sex experts (and so many more), to lead courses and webinars -- and speak with you about the topics that will help you to have healthier relationships, separate amicably, have a healthy co-parenting relationship, start dating again, etc.

You'll also gain access to carefully cultivated and developed resources that will help you to create your vision, decide whether you'll stay or separate, develop and maintain boundaries, and more.

For growth-oriented individuals who understand the importance of having healthy relationships.

While the need for human connection appears to be innate, the ability to form healthy, loving relationships is learned. Some evidence suggests that the ability to form a stable relationship starts to form in infancy, in a child's earliest experiences with a caregiver who reliably meets the infant's needs for food, care, warmth, protection, stimulation, and social contact. Such relationships are not destiny, but they are theorized to establish deeply ingrained patterns of relating to others. The end of a relationship, however, is often a source of great psychological anguish... Maintaining a strong relationship requires constant care and communication, and certain traits have been shown to be especially important for fostering healthy relationships...  -From Psychology Today

Having a healthy relationship starts with the relationship we have with ourselves -- and then extends to those all around us -- those we choose and those who choose us. The pursuit of healthy relationships is ongoing and requires nurturing and adjustments along the way.

Being in a community (any time of community) where healthy relationship models are reinforced, explained, supported, and encouraged can have a profound impact on the quality of our relationships -- and therefore, the quality of our lives.

Not another Facebook Group

Don't worry about the prying eyes to your Facebook Profile, member rants, business promotions, etc. This is a community to support one another, free from the privacy issues and the other drawbacks of Facebook Groups. 

About your host

Susan Regan, MFT is a Relationship Expert, Certified Coach, and CoParenting Mediator. 

She began her career as a marriage & family therapist over twenty-seven years ago. Over those years, her therapy practice has grown and evolved -- as has she, within her own personal journey and relationships. This has brought Susan to offer guidance in relationship healing and enhancements, personal changes, and moving forward in your life.

Susan also has a background in dance, is a certified yoga and Pilates instructor, and is an avid hiker and paddle boarder, who finds solace and restoration in nature. Most importantly, she have two adorable cats who have traversed this continent with her several times.

"I'm excited to help people explore their own transformation. I love seeing people grow, change and release things inside of them that have been holding them back. My advice is to get the support you need to get your life back on track, and then go out and live your own fulfilling and purposeful life." — Susan

Choose your Plan below -- and start creating the healthy relationships you want.

Join now! Become a founding member to get the best pricing and help to shape the community as it grows and expands! Scroll down to choose the plan that's right for you! (Click on the picture with the plan to get more detail.)