Learn to improve romantic relationship communication

Communicating with romantic partners is among the most important interactions humans undertake, and yet, most of us do it with little to no training. Love Lines addresses this problem. Love Lines is a digital learning solution designed to teach students how to resolve conflict and improve communication with their romantic partners.

If you are an instructor, request sample course access here.

Gamification of Relationship Communication

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The progress bar tells you what level you are on and how many you have to go. 1) Honeymoon 2) Disturbances 3) Discovery 4) Decision Time 5) Personal reflection.


Connect your emotional intelligence to your relational intelligence. Sometimes we have feelings about relationships that we cannot put into words. Love Lines gives you words.

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The purple background gets darker when you are incorrect and lighter when you are correct.

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Get answers to questions specific to the level you're playing.

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Cheat Sheet

Quickly access game rationales with a cheat sheet.

Heart Meter

Your heart fills when you answer correctly. Your heart drains when you are incorrect.

Instructor Features

If your students are anything like ours, they love instructional alternatives to reading. Love Lines is an ideal combination of gamification and education while teaching core communication concepts. Love Lines is a perfect supplement for undergraduate courses in:
  • Interpersonal Communication
  • Family Communication
  • Relational Communication
 For more information on how to use Love Lines in your classes, download the free Instructor’s Guide.

“Love Lines was educational and the game aspect of it kept me entertained.”

“This is a game that gives you immediate feedback of how knowledgeable you are regarding love relationships.”

“It's realistic. It can also help you understand how patient or impulsive you are in these types of situations.”

“It's helpful in the sense that you try to correct your relationship problems in the most appropriate communicative manner.”

“I liked that I was reviewing things already taught in class. I liked that there are different levels.”