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Get ready to ride the wave of defining how YOU want your relationship to be.

One person leading the charge for redefining relationships is Canadian documentary filmmaker Sharon Hyman.

(Jennifer Adams, author, Sleeping Apart Not Falling Apart).

Want to keep a relationship together? Try living apart!

APARTNERS (noun) Committed couples living in some way apart - from separate bedrooms

to separate abodes!


Acclaimed POV filmmaker Sharon Hyman has been living happily ever apart from her beau David

for almost two decades and coined the term Apartners to describe this arrangement.


As it turns out, there is a revolution brewing in the love department and Hyman is riding the wave

of a major demographic shift as people search for new ways to keep love alive and passion growing.


The numbers are astonishing.


Up to 40% of North American couples sleep in separate bedrooms.

And almost 10% of North American adults are in committed relationships and living in completely separate abodes!


Yet despite the large numbers of Apartners, few people discuss the topic openly - making it one of the last great taboos in love and sex. But this groundbreaking new documentary will change all that.


With so many relationships struggling, it’s clear the cookie-cutter, one-size-fits-all approach

to intimacy isn’t working for everyone.  So it’s time to think outside the box. Or house!


READ SHARON’S ESSAY “I WANT YOU, I NEED YOU, I JUST DON’T WANT TO LIVE WITH YOU”

in PSYCHOLOGY TODAY - click here!