100 Keys to Love is about the yearning in each of us for connection with that one extraordinary person and the options available to us to make this happen. I interviewed hundreds of people for this book and found that we are not alone, each one of us is searching for love and self discovery. Some people I spoke with have over-achieved in several areas of their lives but have felt frustrated about how to find love and happiness; a successful head of department of a high school was completely at a loss about how to sustain a healthy relationship with her partner.
Life is challenging. We are expected to work, be perfect mothers and fathers, sons and daughters, friends and lovers. Calmly juggling everything, balancing our lives, whilst looking fabulous. Even with these challenges, it’s an exciting time for humankind; so many opportunities, so much knowledge, and information is accessible. We have more choice and opportunity in education, careers, partnership, and the way we raise our children. Our voices are being heard globally, and we are connecting more with other communities. But when it comes to love we struggle to find it, express it, keep it, or untangle from it. Human beings are optimistic, pessimistic, funny, troubled, enthusiastic, unsure, hilarious, kind, angry, disappointed, confident, shy, happy, sad, and joyous.