Albert Einstein’s secret to finding love

Most of us have our own idea of what INSANITY is.

Maybe it’s the homeless guy preaching to pigeons on the street.

Maybe it’s people who jump out of planes “for FUN.”

Or maybe it’s just running a marathon.

Whatever your view of insanity is…it does have a definition.

Insanity has been defined as “doing the SAME THING over and over again AND expecting different results.”

A pretty smart guy said that: Albert Einstein.

By his definition insanity would be adding 2 + 2 again and again AND expecting it to equal 5 at some point.

Or jumping up and down over and over expecting you’ll EVENTUALLY jump high enough to hit the moon.

Or more realistically…doing exactly what you’ve been doing for the past year, 2 years, or 5 years and expecting things to change.

Like dating the same WRONG MEN over and over again.

or using the same online dating photos and profile over and over again.

or waiting for the right guy to show up instead of creating the opportunity. 

Or continuing to IGNORE your love life

That’s technically “insane.” You’re doing the same thing and expecting a different result.

Now this may come as harsh news but if you don’t actually DO something about your love life it’s not going to improve.

Things are going to stay exactly THE SAME. And you’re going to keep dealing with all the negative effects of being single and dating the wrong men.

But the CHOICE is ultimately YOURS.

Do you want to do something about it?

Do you want to improve your love life? Live a life free of worry about getting out there and dating?

If so, we can help.

Simply follow our plan to have your last first date and find love with the right guy for you. Taking action doesn’t have to be difficult…but only YOU can make the change necessary.

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That’s all for today. We hope that message hit home for you.  We know it did for us when we were single and struggling to create the relationship we wanted and deserved. We could’ve just kept doing what we were doing…or we could make a change.

We both made a change and we couldn’t be happier that we did it.

Your catalysts for change,

Dr. Ashley & Dr. Michael Arn