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How to Live Happily Ever After… In Real Life!

Can Dressing Your Truth help you live happily ever after?

You bet it can.

That’s why I’m so excited to announce our upcoming Dressing Your Truth Club Night. It’s been a while since our last event, and I can’t wait for the exciting energy of this next one.

We’re putting a little bit different twist on Club Night this time.

I’ll let Anne tell you the fun surprises we have planned for that night…

Have a thought or a question? Share a comment below.

And here are the relationship series videos we talked about. Enjoy…

The Relationship Series

Use Energy Profiling to heal and strengthen your relationships… and live your happily ever after.

PS. Details for February’s Club Night:

  • Topic: All About Relationships
  • When: Thurs, Feb 16th at 7PM MDT
  • Where: The Center for Living Your Truth

(Or online! Like we said, most of our audience joins us via internet. If you’re a Dressing Your Truth Club Member, we’ll email you a link to the live broadcast.)

Whether you’re single, dating, or married, you don’t want to miss the love at this month’s Club Night.

Join in the fun by dressing up for a “date night”—even if you’re joining us online!

Club Night is a special event for Dressing Your Truth Club Members. If you’re not a member yet, becoming one is easy. Start Dressing Your Truth and you automatically reserve your Club Night seat.


Carol Tuttle

Carol Tuttle is a teacher, speaker, healer, and best-selling author of five books. She has dedicated her life to helping people worldwide create the lives and relationships they desire. She blogs to support you in creating your ideal life.


Tell Us What You Think


  • carrie Spencer

    totally cool!!!

  • Suzanna

    I have got to buy the course!!! I want to buy it right now just for this club night. I feel like I am missing out on so much.

    • Suzanna

      Is the club night recorded and archived so that when I do join I can go view this?

  • Jennifer

    How can I become absolutely sure as to my mate’s type? He came into my life with a burst of energy and he was deeply involved in Mixed Martial Arts. I thought he was a type 3. He came across pushy–as in pushing his way into my life. Then he relaxed into this type 2-ness as our relationship progressed and he’s actually lost interest in Mixed Martial Arts. Am I unduly influencing him to be the type I’m most comfortable dealing with or is he really a type 2? BTW, I’m a type 1–I was indecisve as to my type and clearly I’m not indecisive as to my mate’s type :)

  • Katherine

    Wow. I was looking through your videos and discovered this when it was sent to my e-mail after I signed up for the free course your website offered. I’m still a teenager but quickly approaching being an adult, so I was starting to think very deeply about my future and who I would like to spend the rest of my life with. I personally assumed I would be with a Type 4, like myself, so it would be simple enough for me to understand him and things would click into place easily because I would simply understand him on the most basic of levels. But as I was looking through the relationships, I suddenly understood myself and what I really wanted in a relationship. I think the best match for me would really be a 2/3. I love people, (especially men), who can be comfortable, sensitive, loving, easy, but thoughtful and more still than the next guy. My weakest energies in my line of Types is a 2 followed by a 3. I’m in tune with my two-ness enough that I love comfort and enjoy subtle responses and feelings.
    This has been very eye-opening for me. I didn’t want to look for nor accept any relationships because I had no idea what I really wanted from someone, and wouldn’t connect with anything besides what I know can work well together. I love the idea that I now know what I feel deep inside and can more fully appreciate all of the types, not just 2′s and 4′s and myself. (4). This series has been very enlightening and I’ll never forget it. Thank you so much!