The LoveSmart Course
Every couple sets out to find happiness with that special someone. Sadly, too few succeed.
Until now. LoveSmart teaches the skills needed to love wholeheartedly. The best love can be!
How It Works
My name is David Church, founder of LoveSmart. I know and teach how we can each transform our love-lives by learning a set of skills that apply to all relationships. These skills are most transformative when practiced in our most intimate relationships.
Over twelve weeks, I will teach you a set of skills for you to use every day to improve your relationships with yourself, your intimate partner and with everyone you know. Over 90 days, these skills become new habits, available to serve you for life.
Become LoveSmart, and change your world with love.
Each week, you will receive a video link to the week’s LoveSmart lesson. Each lesson includes a chapter of your LoveSmart Learner’s Guide. Each chapter contains a summary of the week’s lesson, and daily and weekly activities that support your learning of each skill.
LoveSmart’s weekly lessons will next be taught live every Sunday beginning Sunday, October 26,2014 at 7:00 pm PST at the Centre for Spiritual Living in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada. You can join each lesson live on-line from anywhere, or you can download and view each lesson at your convenience.
Who It Helps
LoveSmart is for you if you want to learn how to:
Strengthen your love for yourself as a unique being
Lay a foundation for a trust-worthy love relationship
Enhance personal success in all of your relationships
Realize your unique potential in life and love
Discover for yourself the transformative power of love
LoveSmart is an inclusive program that welcomes everyone. You may participate as an individual or with a learning partner. Your LoveSmart learning partner may be a spouse, romantic prospect, friend, family member, business partner, or study buddy.
The LoveSmart course is designed to be affordable for everyone.
Click HERE to view a complete price list.
"LoveSmart is the best investment you could ever make in your love and in your life. The financial cost of relationship failure is huge; the emotional cost is enormous. Give it as a gift to yourself and your partner, or give it as a gift to someone whose love you care about."
Paul Brown, Vancouver