3 Tips to Nowhere: When Are You Going To Get Serious About Finding Deep Love?!

Magical MatchesFor 50 years we’ve been plowing the same dating and relationship road: Meet, find some commonality, date, ignore the mismatches, get engaged, marry, work at the mismatches, divorce. It’s clockwork – an unceasing, inexorable march towards more than one million divorces each year. That’s a divorce every 30 seconds!

And somehow, in the face of decades of relentless failure, singles seem to believe that reading the occasional “3 Tips” article can make them successful at dating and finding love. It’s utterly insane!   Can singles really believe that a handful of threadbare articles are going to provide omniscient relational enlightenment? Or that a couple run-of-the-mill books about a particular aspect of the dating or relationships will provide an unfettered command over the long, arduous relationship process?

Listen my friends, the only way you are ever going to escape this decades-old lunatic asylum is to exit the building!   It must be obvious by now that the traditional tips, and reasoning, and rules all lead to nowhere — same with the relationship itself. You start out alone, and, eventually, you end up alone again.

The old relationship is broken. Without a new relationship target and an effective plan to reach that target, you are almost certainly consigned to a long sentence on the relationships-are-work chain gang.

Moreover, finding love is a zero-sum game. You can either work a little at the beginning to ensure that you secure a no-work, all-love relationship, or you can ignore the up-front work and spend years or decades working at the relationship itself.

Your choice.

You absolutely can succeed at finding love by making it mission -– a serious mission.

For Those Who Are Ready To Get Serious About Finding True Love

If you want to begin the path of finding a deep love relationship (the relationship that won’t drive you insane), I suggest starting with Maybe The Single Most Important Diagram Ever Produced About The Traditional Relationship. The diagram details the difficulties, failures, and the fatal flaw in the typical traditional relationship.

Following that, The Gettysburg Address of Relationships: Do You Have A Real Dating Plan? — In fewer than 2600 words, I describe in detail:

  • The typical broken relationship path
  • A distinctly different type of relationship based on deep love
  • A set of patterns to emulate that produce deep love relationships
  • A set of tangible, effective steps to find that deep love relationship

This is the first new relationship blueprint in 50 years –simple, powerful, and very effective. The Gettysburg article renders obsolete hundreds of dating and relationship books, as well as the traditional relationship itself.

About Troy

After divorcing from a 22 year traditional relationship of compromise, friction, and work, Troy discovered the Mirror Effect on a first date. The discovery had such a profound impact that it completely changed his views on dating and relationships.

Using the Mirror Effect, when Troy found Judy, their connection was so strong that they fell in love on their first date and were engaged in two months. Together now for five years, they share a deep love relationship of ease and harmony without the work.

Together with Team MM, Troy and Judy work to put people on a path to deep love that doesn’t lead to a 50% divorce rate. Their book, The Mirror Effect: More Than Soul Mates (6 Steps To Finding Your Magical Match Using Online Dating) rebuilds dating and relationships from the ground up to provide a dating and relationship progression that results in the deep, harmonious, frictionless relationships that people are looking for today. Their online dating and relationship website, Magical Matches, is designed to fully integrate the Mirror Effect and the 6 Steps.

Troy’s email box is always open! He enthusiastically encourages you to reach out with your questions or comments. troy@magicalmatches.com.

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