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Hello,

I’m Shaun Galanos, a 
speaker & coach
helping people have
better, more loving
relationships.

Love can be hard to find and even harder to keep.

But here’s a secret: Love is a skill that you can get better at.

Just like learning to play the piano, you can improve your ability to form close romantic bonds with practice and a little more understanding of the human psyche.

It doesn’t matter how old you are, or how badly relationships have gone in the past. Love is there waiting for you to take it. If only school taught us how to communicate our needs, understand others, and spot a bad apple on the first date! But that’s why I’m here. I’ve helped hundreds of people find and build the loving relationships they deserve.

Check out over 6 courses to help you find and keep the kind of love that you deserve.

Communication & Intimacy coach Shaun Galanos smiling in a red T Shirt

Just like learning to play the piano, you can improve your ability to form close romantic bonds with practice and a little more understanding of the human psyche.

It doesn’t matter how old you are, or how badly relationships have gone in the past. Love is there waiting for you to take it. If only school taught us how to communicate our needs, understand others, and spot a bad apple on the first date! But that’s why I’m here. I’ve helped hundreds of people find and build the loving relationships they deserve.

Getting Your Needs Met is a game changer!! Shaun does a fantastic job following up with the recordings, sharing other participants’ comments and additional resource links. I am so impressed by his ability to create an inclusive community with the participants.

— Laura Fishman, The Needs Course

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