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Welcome to the Love Life Learning Center. I’m Dr. Thomas Jordan, a clinical psychologist in New York City. After three decades of researching and treating love life difficulties, 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 you’ll need to improve your love life. I know many of you have been trying to cope with repeating love life disappointments that have left you feeling hurt, heartbroken, frustrated or lonely. You go from feeling hopeful that you’ll finally find a healthy love relationship and periods when you feel hopeless and think “what’s the use.” You could use a little help.

For starters, looking for the information you need means you’re on your way to solving the problem. On this website you’ll find the answers you’ve been looking for. I also wrote a guidebook 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 avoid resignation in their love lives. 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.

Remember, 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

Founder, Love Life Learning Center

Learn to Love: Guide to Healing Your Disappointing Love Life

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Guide to strengthening your psychological ability to form and sustain a healthy love relationship.

Learn how to stop experiencing repeating love life disappointments and avoid resignation in your love life.

Learn how to identify what you’ve learned about love relationships and whether or not it was healthy.

Learn how to unlearn what you’ve learned about love relationships if it was unhealthy.

Take control of your love life in the time it takes to read this book.

Kirkus Book Review

A psychologist explains how to stop repeating relationship mistakes…

Dr. Jordan’s approach is appealingly judgment-free in tone, as he aims to help both those who’ve been hurt as well as those who may have done the hurting. Throughout, his emphasis is on looking forward and not castigating oneself for previous mistakes. A chapter in which the author opens up about his own love life is particularly helpful in showing how his process works. Useful guidance for breaking out of unhealthy patterns and learning how to have a mature, fulfilling love life.

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Repeating love life disappointments or feeling resigned to a life without love? We’ll help you identify what is complicating your love life and how to change it. Fixed fee.

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“Start improving your love life in the time it takes to finish this course.”

Dr. Thomas Jordan

Our Healthy Love Relationship Course is for anyone not satisfied with their love life. Dr. Thomas Jordan, clinical psychologist and author of Learn to Love: Guide to Healing Your Disappointing Love Life will show you how to easily and effectively improve your psychological ability to form and sustain a healthy love relationship.

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