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Welcome to the Love Life Learning Center. I’m Dr. Thomas Jordan, a clinical psychologist and love life researcher in New York City. I created this website to help people with love life problems find the information they’ll need to solve them.

There’s a lot of inaccurate information and opinions out there. You owe it to yourself to get the quality information that will help you improve your love life.

I know many of you have been trying to cope with repeating disappointments that have left you feeling hurt, heartbroken, frustrated, or lonely.

You cycle between feeling hopeful that you’ll finally find a healthy love relationship, and periods when you feel hopeless and think “what’s the use.”

You don’t want to stop looking for a healthy love relationship, but you don’t want to be repeatedly hurt either. You’re sick of going in and out of disappointing love relationships, but you don’t want to settle for someone you don’t really want or love.

You’re fighting hard to remain in the “game of love” and not resign yourself to living without love in your life. You could use a little help.

For starters, looking for information means you’re on your way to solving the problem. In this website you’ll find the answers you’ve been looking for.

I also wrote a book you can use right away. Learn to Love: Guide to Healing Your Disappointing Love Life is for people who want to learn how to stop repeating love life disappointments and do something about their resignation.

I wrote this book because, with a little help, I was able to successfully change my own love life. I want to show you how you can do the same.

You don’t have to live with repetitive love life mistakes and disappointments. Your love life belongs to you. Learn how to take control of it.

You’ve come to the right place.

Dr. Thomas Jordan

Clinical Psychologist

Love Life Researcher

Founder, Love Life Learning Center

Learn to Love: Guide to Healing Your Disappointing Love Life

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A how-to guide for people struggling with repeating love life disappointments or painful feelings of resignation that they’ll never find love in their lives. As a result of the author’s extensive clinical research and treatment experience as a New York City clinical psychologist, he discovered it is what people learn about love relationships in their lives that determines the health of their love lives. Too many people are not in control of their love lives, replicating what they have learned from unhealthy relationship experiences over and over again in their love relationships. Dr. Jordan developed The Unlearning Method, a highly effective 3-step method of identifying what was learned and changing what is unhealthy for much greater success in forming and sustaining a healthy love relationship.

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