Love is hard.

But it doesn't have to be.

We believe healthy love can be learned and trained like a muscle.

We create blogs, podcasts, and videos to help you grow your relationship.
For free.

Learn2Love brings together curated teachings from a variety of books, podcasts, and articles on how to build a great relationship. 

All our content is bite-sized form pieces for the 21st century online viewer.

We believe that healthy love is a skill that can be learned, trained and mastered like a muscle. This education is largely missing from society today.

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Our vision

A world with more relationship intelligence.

A world with healthier and stronger families.

It doesn’t have to end badly. Most divorce, marital conflict, fights, and unhappiness can be prevented. 

Let us help you learn the tools you need to strengthen your relationship and understand your partner. 

People in strong relationships live longer, are healthier, and happier compared to those who don’t. Loneliness kills.

Less will you need to say, "I didn't know how to deal with it then."

It’s the 21st century. We now have more information than ever before. The latest research over the past 50 years has shown incredible understanding on how to build a great relationship. Yet people are reading less than ever. 

You want a great relationship. Yet you don’t have time to read the literature. That’s okay.

Let us summarize the best of what we know for you.

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We've researched dozens of books, hundreds of articles, and interviews

To find what be believe are the keys to building a great relationship. 

We’ll talk about: 

  • common misconceptions 
  • understanding each other
  • dealing with conflict or transition
  • stages of a relationship 
  • communicating your needs
  • overcoming you or your partner’s past
  • the voice inside your head
  • parenting

and more. 

All of our content is free. For you.

Our team is powered by volunteers doing this as a passion project during their free time. We see the negative effects of loneliness and divorce on our families and peers. We didn’t want to end up like our parents. 

So we read a lot about what we can do to stay together – from counsellors, psychologists, and researchers, in our free time. 

We found this learning so helpful in our lives, that we want to share it with you.

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Our media is for people who are curious to learn:

  • what their partner wants from them
  • how to get what they want from their partner – understand each other more
  • what to do to make their relationship even stronger and feel happier in it
  • what to do before entering a relationship, and how to enter one
  • what may be affecting their ability to love the way they want to and what to do about it
  • how to communicate more effectively with their partners and coworkers 
  • how to feel more control over and happier about their situation
  • how to just relax 

Our media

We are online where you need us. When you need us.

Blogs

We create blogs on all things relationships.

Videos

We're on YouTube. Our featured blog posts are adapted for video.

Podcasts

We're on every major platform. Catch us wherever you like to listen.

Get involved.

You can help us in the way you’d like. When you’d like.

Write for us

Submit an article for our blog, podcast, or media divisions. We'd love to see your work and ideas.

Volunteer for us

From designers to social media gurus and animators, we have many positions open recruiting the talent to our cause.

Support our fees

Help support our hosting, software licensing and advertising fees to bring more great content to more eyes.

Frequently asked questions

Most frequent questions we get and answers

When we say relationships, we mean romantic relationships between two partners. The concepts we share should be useful in some form to all romantic relationships, regardless of gender, age or nationality. However, there will also be a lot of overlap between the topics we discuss and other relationships, including between parents and children, coworkers and other members of their company, and managers and their staff. This is especially true for our conflict resolution series and big questions series.

Our content can be helpful primarily to anyone in or hoping to enter a romantic relationship, although it can also be applied to many other areas in life (such as communicating clearer with your coworkers or conflict resolution with family or peers). We recommend a minimum age of 13 to engage with our site. As well, since we are not allowed to collect information on children (under 13 years of age), children should not sign up for our newsletter. We believe that the earlier one can learn the themes we discuss after age 13, the earlier they can start applying them to their life and relationships before making mistakes that may hurt them later. We say this because some people start getting into relationships around this age. There are some more mature themes including intimacy explored in some content, but when we discuss these themes, we will specify this in the description of the article. We do our best to make our content available to the widest audience so that the most amount of people can benefit from it. As such, we strictly moderate our comments sections and articles for any mention of profanity (we have specified inappropriate words and phrases which cannot be posted to our servers). As people learn for their whole life, this content is great for older adults as well, for there is always something we can learn to make our relationships even better.

All of our content is designed to be helpful to both men and women. We do not write with a specific gender in mind. Our contributors include both men and women who write for both men and women. 

Some of our work may relate to values shared in various religions. However, we do not explicitly mention any spiritual concepts, religious figures in our work, or quote any religious texts in our work.

There are many ways you can get involved with our mission. You can create content for us, including writing blog posts, recording video or audio, or editing any of our content. You can help us optimize our website or designs, or improve our social media reach. Finally, you can donate to support our costs. See our volunteer page for volunteer opportunities, submit page to submit some content, or donate page to make a donation. You can specify what you want the donation to go towards on our donation page.

Yes. We currently have plenty of free content, including blogs, some videos and podcasts, on our site. We plan to keep it this way in the future. We hope that by doing this more people can access our work and ideas.

Because we want to help. We hope that using our free time in ways that helps others will empower them to have stronger and healthier relationships. Because we believe that the skills we teach can really help others get better at their best investment – their relationships with others.

No. Helping you, the reader, are at the heart of our mission. We will never sell your data. However, we do send some data over to services like Google to protect our site. This includes using the Google reCAPTCHA v3 tool, which you have likely already seen on other sites. We also screen any information sent through our contact forms or comments for spam before it enters our mailbox, which includes passing it through an external spam-checking service first. None of this information is used for targetted ads or is sold. See our Privacy Policy for more detailed information.

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