1.The first step to finding true love is to not seek it at all. I know that sounds crazy. How can you find something that you are not looking for? But that's just it. As long as you are looking, it will continue to evade you. Finding true love should not be your focus.
2.If you are unhappy by yourself, you won't be happy with someone else.If you are unhappy by yourself, you won't be happy with someone else.
Focus on you. That's right! The key to finding true love is actually loving yourself. The problem is that most people don't do this. Too often we are looking for the other person to complete us. The truth of the matter is that you have to already be whole before you enter a relationship. Putting the responsibility for your happiness onto another person is unfair and unreasonable. Misery loves company so you would just be creating an unfortunate circumstance for your mate. You should be happy with yourself and by yourself before you can be happy with someone else.
3.Participate in activities you enjoy and you might be surprised to find true love along the way.
Develop yourself. Since you are focusing on you, why not work on making yourself whole and happy. Really get to know who you are and prepare yourself for the possibility of the future yet to come. Decide what type of mate you would like and then determine if you are "good enough" to attract that type of mate. You can't expect to attract someone who is unequally yoked. If you are on two different levels then your relationship most likely won't work out. Set goals. Go back to school, work on your career, stop smoking, lose that weight, update your wardrobe, organize your house and get your credit in order. Explore activities and hobbies you enjoy doing and do them. You just might find true love in the process.
4. Be confident. Focusing on your needs, goals, hopes and dreams will also build up your self-confidence. When you are confident in yourself, your abilities and your direction, you also become more attractive to others. Self-confidence can also build up your feelings of sexiness. Confident people can be a lot more outgoing, alluring and flirtatious thereby allowing themselves the opportunity to meet new people.
5.Laughter really is the best medicine. Love and laugh.
Have fun! Give yourself permission to smile. Take time for a little rest and relaxation when you need it and play hard. The more fun you have, the less stressed you will be and the more open you will be to the possibility of romance. People who are sad, depressed and have low self-esteem also have a low capacity to recognize true love. Remember to laugh so you can love.
6. Don't be afraid to consult to your Pastor or your mentor just to confirm what you have in your heart. because our emotions could deceive us. Seeking God's will is our priority.
7. Be busy to do what God tells you to do and when God sees that you are overloaded in your work then he will probably give you someone to be your partner in life.
Is that where you found your true love, Greek One?
nope.. but that's where I rented it for a few hours, dear Klara
Bahahahaha...I almost spat out my drink reading this.
which is why I always use Craigslist Vancouver (so I am not disappointed)
hahaha....shame about that cause I'm in Montreal now!
Perfect. It keeps you single forever. Ask me,i'll let you know about it.
by accofranco 8 years ago
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by Richa 5 years ago
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by Rod Martin Jr 5 years ago
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by alisha4u 8 years ago
I recently realized that true love might just not exist at all. The feeling of love is momentary, i.e. what you feel at that particulart point of time... Nothing is same after a lapse of time, or rather we are no longer the same....
by ladytfromtheqc 2 years ago
what is your definition of true love? Do you believe in true love?What is your definition of true love? Do you believe in true love, uncondional love, or love at first sight? Does your partner?
by Faith Reaper 4 years ago
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