True Love: How to Find Your Soulmate

Learn the difference between infatuation and love. Discover the qualities of your ideal partner.

Most romantic relationships begin with that “butterflies in the stomach I can’t live without you” feeling. This is actually a chemical reaction you feel in your body which pulls you toward the other person. This is infatuation, not love, but can move into love.

In this course, you will learn the chemistry within you which contributes to these strong feelings and how that chemistry can lead you astray. You’ll also discover the type of person you truly want and how to identify them.

The 24 lessons in three modules will guide you through the infatuation stage of a relationship. to understanding why you were drawn to that person. You will then engage in the process to identify the type of person who is ideally suited to you.

Every relationship has ups and downs. The pain of disappointment feels very personal, yet it is part of every relationship. You will learn to navigate these difficulties and discover whether the problems are simply bumps in the road or signs of impending disaster.

You’ll finish this course with a checklist of what qualities are most important for you in a life partner. You’ll also have information on basic skills in communication, managing feelings, and identifying potential challenges in a relationship. 

In this course, you’ll learn how:

  • The chemistry of your body contributes to infatuation
  • Your family programmed your relationships
  • Your self-esteem attracts you to others
  • The qualities you want in a life partner are often ignored
  • To show someone you love them in the way they want
  • To identify and handle the most common challenges in early relationships


Are there requirements or prerequisites for this course?

There are no prerequisites for this course. It’s open to anyone who desires to know more about what contributes to the success or the disaster of romantic relationships.

Your success in this course depends on your ability to put the information into action. The information is simple, but understanding the information is

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Course Includes

  • 3 Lessons
  • 24 Topics


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