Is “Believe in Love” Helpful to Someone in a Healthy, Happy Relationship?

I want to thank you for the amazing work you so generously provide to those lucky enough to have found your work. Over a year ago I bought “Why He Disappeared” and after reading and re-reading it, I finally had the courage to end my 12-year relationship with my on-again, off-again boyfriend.

Since devouring your newsletters,searching your blog posts and going back to “Why He Disappeared,” for the past 8 months I’ve been in the healthiest and happiest relationship I’ve ever been in. Like so many of your readers often state, my boyfriend is unlike anyone I’ve dated in the past, and someone I may not have seen myself dating prior to following your work.

So, I’m wondering: is “Believe in Love a valuable product for someone who is in a healthy and happy relationship?

While I’m in an easy and safe relationship, what I think I could use (and possibly many more of your readers) is a book about navigating the obstacles (mainly overthinking) of a healthy relationship to ensure that we don’t get in our own way.

When I read your newsletter a few months ago about overthinking in relationships, it resonated so strongly with me that I just had to ask that if you have not already written a book or developed a product around maintaining a healthy relationship and ways to stop overthinking, that you, and possibly in collaboration with your awesome wife, do so! It would undoubtedly be a best seller.

So back to my question, is “Believe in Love” helpful for those in solid relationships? If so, I’ll buy it right now. If not, I’ll wait to buy your upcoming future best seller “Stop Overthinking and Start Maintaining a Lifelong Love.” You have my permission to change the title.

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Ready for Lasting Love?

Thank you again for sharing your knowledge and for the joy you’ve helped me create in my relationship.


Thanks for the extremely sweet email. Your check is in the mail.

To address your question clearly, I can only hedge my bets: yes and no.

Yes, “Believe in Love” is a valuable product for someone who is in a healthy, happy relationship.

No, it is not directly targeted to women in healthy, happy relationships — if only based on the title.

I created this program specifically for women who were ready to give up on men forever; the eBook, audio and workbook are essentially a 240-page pep talk to get you to feel more confident, optimistic that unconditional love can be yours.

Overthinking is a major obstacle to women who want to find love.

And that’s where this dovetails with your question, BJ.

Overthinking is a major obstacle to women who want to find love. It’s based on fear, anxiety, mistrust, past baggage, lack of confidence, lack of positive experiences with men, etc.

When you bring all that into a relationship, it CAN sabotage you.

Thus, it doesn’t matter if you’re in a relationship or not.


You’re still the same woman who freaks out when he doesn’t text for a few hours, doesn’t call back until the next day, or has a heated disagreement – even though you are a rock-solid couple.

The subtitle of “Believe in Love” is “7 Steps to Letting Go of the Past, Embracing the Present and Dating with Confidence.” Since I got to change your title, you can change my subtitle to “…and Having a Relationship with Confidence.”

Thank you so much for reading, and let your boyfriend know he’s got a good one on his hands.

As to whether this is pertinent to a woman who is already happy, here, check out the 7 steps:

  1. Let Go of the Past
  2. Set Realistic Expectations
  3. Overcome Negativity
  4. Defeat Your Fear of Failure
  5. Reframe Your Beliefs
  6. Carry Yourself with Confidence
  7. Take Action

Off the top of my head, the only step that is not relevant to you is “Take Action,” which tells you how to get back out there and date successfully. Otherwise, this should do the trick.

If not, there’s a 30-day, no-questions-asked money-back guarantee. 🙂

Thank you so much for reading, and let your boyfriend know he’s got a good one on his hands.

Click here to let go of the past and attract a good man into your life.