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Statistics show that about nine-in-ten Americans cited love as a very important reason to get married. Whether you are single, dating or in a relationship, the thought of if someone truly loves you or you are in love comes to mind. We all want to fall in love and get married to someone who feels the same way we feel about them. However, people find it hard to say those three big words (I Love You) we want to hear. The reason for their hesitation varies. They are afraid to be perceived as moving too fast if it's a relatively new relationship, so they don't want to push you away. It could be because they don't want to come off too strong if they cannot tell that you have similar feelings. And some people hold off saying it because they feel like the other person should say it first. Regardless if they are professing their love or hiding it, this book will reveal the signs that convey someone truly loves you and if what you are feeling also is true love.Dr. Femi "Gfem" Ogunjinmi is a global relationship new rule expert, TV host of Dr. Femi Show, United Nation Representative, and author of Revelations of Relationship: What You Don't Know About Finding True Love and Sustaining Relationship. He has been a go-to expert to media outlets like USA TODAY MAGAZINE, FOX NEWS, REWIRE.Org., and STYLECASTER. He has spoken on big media platforms including The Word Network, RADIO ONE, SIRIUS XM, SPLASH FM, and TEDx. His speech on TEDx has received over 2.8 million views and growing by 100,000 views every month. Apart from keynoting and speaking at conferences across the United State and overseas, Dr. Femi also conducts his own relationship programs. His signature conference, "Revelations of Relationship Seminar" occurs every year in United State and has been conducted internationally in Nigeria. Dr. Femi is the founder of National Relationship Equity Day, an organization that has created a national awareness day celebrated June 24th of every year. National Relationship Equity Day is dedicated to eradicating gender inequity in relationship and promoting the use of gifts, values, skill sets, and interests as a way of defining roles in relationship other than gender.