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Mission's Dr. Love on stage at Tradex

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The O'Neals show off Syncrohearts, a relationship game developed more than six years ago.
— image credit: Jason Roessle photo

Mission's own Dr. Love will be gracing the Tradex stage in Abbotsford this weekend at the West Coast Women's Show.

Bobby O'Neal has been tirelessly promoting his Syncrohearts relationship and love game for a number of years, including two stints on Dragons' Den, and recently, orders have started to pick up.

This longtime Mission resident developed his product as a way to bring communication and quality time back into his own marriage (now 24-years strong) in a fun and loving way.

Synchrohearts was recognized by the renowned Mom's Choice Awards (US) this year in the Adult category of Games, and the new Synchrohearts smartphone app was awarded in the apps and software category. It was also just won the Family Review Centre's Gold award.

Since the game was designed by a man, Dr. Love says it is approachable, simple and fun for all – what sets it apart from other games is that it doesn't fall in the XXX category. Originally developed six years ago, the game has built a rapid following recently, thanks in part to his TV appearances and his new book, Dr. Love’s prescription for a Romantic Loving Man.

Recently, the O'Neals have seen a huge spike in international orders – interestingly, in places like Moscow and Iran.

Dr. Love will have a booth at the Women's Show all weekend and will be speaking on Sunday at 2:15 p.m. on the Health and Wellness stage.

The Women's Show runs Oct. 19-21 at Tradex in Abbotsford. For tickets and information visit westcoastwomen.net.

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