I don’t know what everybody feels or wants, but I believe we all, at some time, wanted to be in love. When I was in my teens I couldn’t wait to find someone. Although I have to be honest, my definition of love was a little different then. Still healthy, just a little more on the physical side. Unfortunately, that didn’t happen for me as quickly as I would have liked.
As time goes on you meet and date different people. Some experiences are good and some experiences are not so good. For some people there comes that day when you say, “This is the one.” Sadly a few years later we are saying, “That wasn’t the one” and we find ourselves alone, wondering if there is something wrong with us. We start asking questions like:
That was me for nearly a decade. Although I didn’t feel I would grow old alone, I just felt I wouldn’t have my perfect mate.
Oddly, when people would talk to me I had two different theories on relationships. The first was that people can easily stay together for life and enjoy the journey all of the way. The other belief was, just in case that doesn’t happen, I would be satisfied with a fun superficial relationship.
To make matters more confusing, I gave up on the first option for my own life, but started studying and writing about how you would accomplish that if you found your perfect mate. I knew one thing at that point. Just because people are perfect for each other, doesn’t mean they have a perfect relationship and it doesn’t mean that they will always be together. That thought bothered me and I wanted to find out why that happens and how I could make sure it didn’t happen to me if I ever found that person. And that was how LuvBoost was born.
Luckily, I did get what I wanted. Even though it is happening much later on in life, it is still fantastic and I wish it for everybody. Once I found her I used the LuvBoost principles everyday and our relationship is incredible. That is our lock in Paris, we placed it there on June 23, 2014.