Today, thanks to the popularity in resources like podcasts, Ted Talks and self-help books, people are motivated to become the best version of themselves. Whether it’s finding financial freedom, balancing mental health and wellness, or becoming the best possible partner for one’s future husband or wife, the opportunities are endless. And as the world emerges from its covid blues, many people are eager to get back into the dating scene. Dr. Elena Eustache, otherwise known as the “encyclopedia of love,” has designed three new resources that are changing the way people approach dating.
First up is her revolutionary dating app called Love the App. Created with intention and purpose, the app is first and foremost known for helping users get the most out of their connections by stating their intentions. While most other apps allow users to date casually, Love the App asks users to identify what they are looking for, whether a committed relationship, marriage, or marriage with children. Facilitating real, authentic connections for users, the app will function as a way to encourage authentic and unapologetic love. Made for those who are ready to find their partners in life, Dr. Eustache’s Love the App will launch later this year in the U.S., United Kingdom and Canada.
And to partner with the app, Dr. Eustache additionally has two more resources for women to help equip and prepare them for the dating world: her latest book, How to Be Feminine and a corresponding master class also called How to Be Feminine via Tony Robbins’ Mastermind Platform. Despite the fact that many modern-day women have found independence and empowerment, Dr. Eustache’s class and book will help women refine and in some cases, re-learn the art of femininity and how to use it to their advantage. To learn more about Dr. Elena Eustache, Love the App, How to Be Feminine and more, visit her website. And be sure to follow her on Instagram to keep up with upcoming projects and developments.
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