The Heartbeat Connection: How Does One Beat Connects Us All?

The Heartbeat Connection: How Does One Beat Connects Us All?

The "heartbeat connection" posits that all mammals have a similar total number of heartbeats in their lifetime. Inspired by this, Bond Heart offers a pendant that stores a loved one's heartbeat, turning this biological rhythm into a symbol of emotional connection.
August 30, 2023 — Kwame Ferreira
Breaking the Cycle: Why Do You Sabotage Your Relationships?

Breaking the Cycle: Why Do You Sabotage Your Relationships?

Self-sabotage in relationships is a complex issue often stemming from various psychological factors such as fear of vulnerability, low self-esteem, fear of abandonment, unresolved emotional baggage, and fear of intimacy. These fears and insecurities lead to behaviors that undermine relationships, including pushing partners away or avoiding commitment. Addressing the root causes through self-awareness, therapy, and tools like Bond Touch bracelets can help individuals break free from these destructive patterns and build healthier, more fulfilling relationships.
August 29, 2023 — Marian Fernandez Suarez
The Loneliness of Affection: A Study in Long Distance Relationships

The Loneliness of Affection: A Study in Long Distance Relationships

Long-distance relationships are emotionally challenging yet rewarding, testing the limits of love and commitment. Leveraging technology, couples stay connected despite physical separation, experiencing a rollercoaster of emotions from longing to joy. The key to success lies in balancing idealization with reality and maintaining an emotional, value-based connection. Despite the inherent difficulties, these relationships offer invaluable lessons in love's resilience and depth.
August 29, 2023 — Inês Laureano
‘Kō’: A New Activity to Try in Your Long-Distance Relationship

‘Kō’: A New Activity to Try in Your Long-Distance Relationship

The Kō Calendar for Long-Distance Relationships

Long-distance relationships pose unique challenges, particularly when it comes to staying connected and engaged. Inspired by the Japanese concept of "Kō"—which divides each season into smaller microseasons—we present an activity to overcome the distance: our very own “long-distance love seasons.”

August 29, 2023 — Kwame Ferreira