Frank Love is a loving husband, father of six, speaker, podcaster, blogger, vlogger and coach. He is the author of Relationship Conversations You Don’t Want to Have (But Should Anyway) and 25 Ways to Be Loving.
A native of Washington, D.C., Frank has degrees from both Howard and The George Washington Universities but no formal training in mental health or relationship dynamics. However, one divorce, a long-spanning current marriage, and years of observing relationships has taught him much about the challenges that couples face around loyalty, trust and partnerships. These observations led him to question his own motives and methods. After years of research, writing and inquiry, he has concluded that romantic partnerships tend to be filled with behaviors that are anything but loving — from score-keeping, to martyrdom, to blaming and shaming.
Believing that it’s time we all start taking an honest look at what it means to be loving and how to implement those skills, Frank Love has embarked upon a fascinating journey to uncover and discover what it means to love, and how to discern when we are not being loving. His in-your-face declaration — “I want to be loved and accepted in my relationship no matter what I do … and you do, too” — is a powerful wake-up call to himself and to us all as we work to create the supportive, empathetic and mutually fulfilling relationships that we so desperately want.
Now, Frank is excited to introduce you to a loving conversation with the sincere hope that we will be more caring in the world and in our communities, beginning with our romantic relationships.