A few things on this:
- I spent $10 on this. If I’m not 100% satisfied, I can get my money back. Evidently. It was “pay what you can afford.” Hence the $10.
- I don’t really want to find love in 27 days. But I do want to find love. And as this whole Year is about trying and seeing what happens, here I am.
- I’ve never done one of these kinds of quick self-help type things. I’m a big proponent of talk therapy, coaching, journaling, meditating — whatever one needs to look deep and work through stuff. But I think many of these things are a little vague and flippant, especially when they talk about magically manifesting another human being into your life. But I’ve never done one. So this is my attempt to not be a hypocrite. This way, the next time someone asks me if I’ve tried a program on attracting love in 28 days, I can say, “No, but I have tried a program on attracting love in 27 days!“
- Finally, this is for journalistic, Love Bites Radio purposes. You may think I’m making that up. I’m not. Listen to the show, and you’ll then trust me on this. Ben and I don’t pussyfoot around trying stuff for the sake of putting our hearts where our mouths are. And since my dating life has gone to the wayside for the sake of my health, lately, I need action (and content).
I’ll be posting daily. Wish me luck.
Note: This is a highly-trafficked post, I believe coming from people considering the program. These are my thoughts on why I asked for my money back on Day 5. Good luck!