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Where did our love go?

By Steve Wharton All Rights Reserved ©

Romance / Other

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A new and very revealing look at relationships thanks to the incredibly revealing concept 'High vibrational thinking'. Never before have our relationships been broken down in this way and the results are startling. You will never believe how simple things really are once you have this priceless knowledge.

Forward

I have always been interested in self-help relationship books and when Steve asked me to take a look at his manuscript I was probably a little less than enthusiastic.

I thought ‘another relationships book, I have read them all, what can Steve possibly tell me that I haven’t already read’ and worse, none of them had really helped me. I can’t deny there were plenty of good common sense ideas but none of them had managed to save my relationships. I had never really read anything that gave me the answers that I wanted and nothing was life changing, nothing earth shattering.

Well I can tell you this; Steve’s book literally blew my socks off and it truly is earth shattering. In one word ‘WOW’.

Steve has explained everything and I mean everything. I now KNOW what has been going wrong in my relationships and this has put me firmly in the driving seat for the first time ever. I have learned why we experience the ‘honeymoon period’ and why it doesn’t last. And I have also learned how to get our love back for each other and keep it. And most importantly I know the mechanics behind it all and I believe this is what makes this book so special.

Understanding exactly how our relationships work is I believe the key to actually being able to gain control and improve things. When you know ‘how and why’, it is much easier to benefit from the advice offered, in fact when you don’t know ‘how and why’ I find it virtually impossible to benefit from whatever information is presented. Without that essential understanding you end up losing momentum and falling into old habits and I believe this applies to all self-help material.

This is the big difference between this book and other relationship books; through ‘high vibrational thinking’ Steve is actually able to explain what love is and exactly what takes place when we fall in love and then out of it. This information is unique to this book, to my knowledge nobody has ever explained this before and it is glaringly obvious.

Most relationship books are filled with lots of excellent theories and ideas and padded out with examples and case studies, this book is filled with hard plain facts and it’s all strikingly relevant.

I didn’t think anybody really knew what love was, until now that is, it was that unexplainable intangible magical something that we were all innately searching for. Not any longer, now I know exactly what love is and how to find it and most importantly how to keep it.

It is astonishing that we enter into relationships without this knowledge and absolutely no surprise that so many fail. To say I was astounded is an understatement. Steve explains it in lay terms and that’s exactly what I needed, a simple perspective that anybody can understand and it is totally empowering.

I have NEVR EVER read a book like this. I can’t recommend this book highly enough; this should be taught in schools I believe it is that important.

If you have ever fallen out of love and wished you knew why this happens then you need to read this book. It contains the answers and it will do a lot more than just fix your relationships; it will help improve your life in every conceivable way.

I believe everybody should read this book and I can’t thank Steve enough for giving me the opportunity.

Ms B. Benson

Avid Self-help Reader

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