We are trained from the youngest of ages to imagine that love is a force outside of ourselves; that if you keep swiping, one day your prince will come; that love is something you have to look for, work for, diet for.
The truth is: we are creators of love, not discoverers of love, and until we realise that love comes out of us, rather than to us, we'll never really get it or feel it.
Conor Creighton learned this the hard way with a string of tumultuous relationships in his past. That was until, through meditation, he woke up to the powerful force that is self-love and watched as his relationships and the whole world transformed around him.
In a unique hybrid of memoir and self-help, here Conor uses his life lessons to help readers wake up to the truth about love. A modern manifesto and spiritual guide to relationships, The Truth About Love makes a daring call to action, showing how to change yourself and the world around you through the courageous act of opening your heart.