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None Of Us Went To Relationship School

Many people are suffering needlessly from a lack of intimacy and loving connection.

My vision is for TheWorldOf.Love to present the most up-to-date and independent resources, support and contemporary tools available online for creating loving relationships that last.

Tonight, too many people will go to bed feeling lonely.

Others will suffer pain, conflict and heartbreak in their relationship.

The hurt of loneliness, broken partnerships, failed marriages, and families torn apart is commonplace in our lives.

According to the UK’s Office for National Statistics & Relate (The Relationship People) statistics in 2016 there were:

  • 100,000+ divorces in the UK, an increase of 5.8% on 2015
  • 42% of marriages are expected to end in separation
  • 2.87 million people in ‘distressed relationships’

We all pay the collective price of dysfunctional love lives and often our children suffer the most.

Whether you’re single, in a new relationship, in an established one or wanting to separate, we need to learn what works and discard what doesn’t.

Levels of highly toxic conflict are often accepted as an inevitable part of relationships, causing us to miss out on deeper love, connection and the enjoyment of intimate passion.

None of us went to relationship school. Mostly, we just stumble around hoping it’ll work itself out. Often relationships don’t survive and we repeat the same pattern of mistakes with each new partner.

You’ve likely experienced painful challenges with a partner that you couldn’t figure out how to overcome, yet intuitively sensed there must be a better way.

There is a better way

We can now learn how to make love thrive.

As a Love and Relationship Coach, I’ve witnessed what is possible given access to fun, easy- to-learn and simple-to-apply tools.

Over a lifetime burning with curiosity about loving connections, I’ve collected, curated, tried and tested 100s of relationship tools.

With these tools, I teach others how to cultivate healthy, dynamic, joyful and loving relationships that last, and to avoid suffering unnecessary harm along the way.

I believe it is easier now than ever to create healthy relationships and I want to share this with the world.

If you would like this for yourself, your loved ones and your community, this may be the website for you.

I want to empower people to fall in love and stay in love

Teaching what works, discarding what hurts

We all desire connection.

The quality of our lives are largely determined by the quality of our relationships.

It’s possible to cultivate new ways to relate to our partners, to develop higher standards and expectations of all our relationships, and to pass these on to future generations.

We can resolve relationship conflicts before they escalate – creating win-win outcomes for all concerned.

How The Idea Was Born

Throughout the world, leading relationship practitioners and professionals from a broad range of disciplines have been developing groundbreaking, free and easy-to-use relationship tools and resources that help to overcome the major difficulties in love.

With years of relationship coaching experience, I too have designed and developed my own tools, video and audio recordings, workbooks and digital media products. Together with a tailored selection of effective and globally available resources, I have created highly successful coaching programmes for my clients, with great results.

While many of my clients have found success by investing in their relationships skills, these coaching programmes and tools can be prohibitively expensive for many people.

I want to make many of these relationship tools more easily and widely available.

Greater access to these tools means more loving relationships.

TheWorldOf.Love provides free tools, guidance and learning materials. Also offering paid-for support and coaching, for developing the relationship skills necessary for love to thrive.


I have been fascinated with love and relationship dynamics since I encountered Cupid’s arrow aged seven years, when I first met and fell for my new classmate Melissa.

My parents ran a pub in the East End of London in the 1970s and being exposed to an environment of frequent violence had a profound impact on me as a sensitive child.

Witnessing such behaviour fuelled a curiosity about what leads people who care for each other, to cause such needless pain and suffering.

Moved by these experiences, I have been developing tools ever since to help people learn a kinder way of loving.

Key to this has been discovering the transformative world of coaching.

Having trained in the UK, Spain and America, I have now established a successful coaching practice with clients from across the globe, seeking support in creating loving relationships.

This is work I truly love and I would very much like to support you in achieving your relationship goals.