We all want to love and be loved. But many people, who have experienced disappointment, pain or betrayal in relationships keep their hearts somewhat guarded so that they don't get hurt again. Are you afraid of falling in love? Maybe you have been rejected or wounded one time too many and are no longer willing to make yourself vulnerable. Or, maybe you felt suffocated and controlled in your previous relationships and decided it is better to be alone than smothered. Or, maybe your pattern is that the longer you are with somebody, the more needy and insecure you become. And with your jealousy and lack of trust, you push your partners until they seem to need to get away from you to save themselves.Stuck between feeling unsafe and misunderstood while being in a relationship, and feeling lonely and unwanted without a partner, finding love may have become a dream you are about to give up on. If you have struggled holding or maintaining deep, safe and long lasting love in your life, you may be very surprised at the reason. It s not because you ve been jinxed or because there is something wrong with you. It is because your brain has been mis-programmed. That s according to the vast research done by relationship counselor Dr. Gary D. Salyer, author of the fascinating book, Safe to Love Again. Join Gary and me this Thursday, February 20th at 9AM PT / 12PM ET, and learn ways on how to become safe in love again. When you are truly safe in love, your heart will only settle for that kind of love that emanates passion, joy, intimacy, fun, peace and so much more.