This true love story from my Case Studies Series is the first installment in what I hope will be a collection of true stories supplied by my readers and clients. I hope you are inspired by the courage of these women who have followed the Love in 90 Days Program. They have faced their fears, negotiated the dating jungle and after much effort met the One.

true love storyI am so excited to tell you about a great true love story that was featured in a full-page article in Woman’s World!! You can read all about how Jo-Ann McKeon, a 52 year old divorcee reconnected with her Mr. Right after watching my PBS Pledge Special, Finding Your Own True Love. then she read the dating advice book, Love in 90 Days.

Jo-Ann Asked Three Questions

Jo-Ann realized that she needed to ask herself three key questions about any guy she was dating. Is He Crazy About You? Is He Willing to Grow? And, Is he a good person with similar goals and values to yours? When Jo-Ann asked herself these questions, she realized that John, a handsome 40-something, was truly the One. They had been together and broken up right before the PBS show, Finding Your Own True Love. John came back to Jo-Ann. She worked the Love in 90 Days principles, accepted his marriage proposal. And, you can read the rest of their happily ever-after ending in the August 3, 2010 edition of Woman’s World.

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And please keep reading other inspiring true love stories.


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  1. Dating Down Under on August 7, 2009 at 8:40 am

    This sounds interesting. I will get the copy of Woman’s World. Jo-Ann and John must be a very happy couple.

  2. Sammi on October 9, 2009 at 3:40 am

    Question number three from above strikes me as the most important, to be honest.

    Is he a good person with the same values? I always wondered about a piece of advice my father gave me years ago – always marry someone in your own class.At the time i thought he was just being snobby – but now I know what he meant was – find someone with the same values as your own in order to be comforatble with them.

    If you don’t have the same respect and standards – I really don’t think you’d be able to have a solid relationship.

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