Cajun and I were reviewed in the Smoking Jacket

The Smoking Jacket Came to See Us

I’ve been busy teaching bootcamps all month, so I haven’t had too much time to write, but the people at The Smoking Jacket (Playboy’s Safe for Work publication) were nice enough to send one of their reporters to my Toronto Bootcamp earlier this month and wrote a great article.

Here’s just one quote from the piece – which I recommend you check out. And yes, I’m tooting my own horn.


Whereas most of these types of programs focus on a misogynistic approach to courtship, Love Systems preaches the development of the self. The lessons learned over the weekend naturally lend themselves to other facets of one’s life. On the final day of the Bootcamp, Chris and Derek discuss escalation, physical contact, the challenges of dating, text messaging and phone calls, warning signs, and stress a goal of respectfully fostered relationship. I went into the weekend full of judgment and preconceived notions. I left with a better sense of the inherent demands of dating, and the virtuous nature of a program that aims to make it easier.

Once again, mainstream media has validated Love Systems. We teach stuff that works, we teach stuff that is classy, and we teach stuff that a regular guy can use to get a girlfriend, or to cultivate the lifestyle of a ladies man, whichever he prefers. Nobody else opens themselves up to this kind of scrutiny, and nobody else gets this kind of positive reception when they do. That’s because Love Systems is the real deal.
The fellow who wrote this, Mike Spry, also writes some good sports journalism at The Barnstormer.
About Chris Shepherd

Chris Shepherd is a dating coach operating out of Montreal. He is a founder of Love Systems, the world's largest dating coaching company for men. He likes Led Zeppelin, greek philosophy and Hemingway, and hates bad dates, mediocrity and douchebags. He recommends the book Magic Bullets for men who want to improve their success with women.

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