Do you believe that you could be in a relationship in the next 30 days? It’s true. They say timing is everything but when you’re ready for a relationship, however, the only time that really matters is NOW.
If you really want a relationship, you should own up to it. There is nothing wrong with that desire. It doesn’t make you desperate. In fact, I believe that love is your right. There is no greater feeling on this earth than than of truly loving something.
Look at how delighted babies are. They just omit love, and it’s a beautiful thing.
I know that most people want that feeling but it seems that it can only come through a relationship. And if you’re not dating anyone, or good at dating, then what do you do?
Do you really need other people’s permission to fall in love?
If you want to find someone special, that you can start a relationship with then now is the time to do something about that desire. A relationship is closer than you think. Love, is even closer. But it isn’t just about meeting someone willing to date you, it’s about getting into the right mindset for dating.
Adopting the right mindset takes almost as much time as getting into the relationship itself. So how do you get started?
Recently a study revealed that the average single adult will go on less than 2 dates this year. That’s pretty poor odds when you consider that dating is a numbers game. What holds us back from dating isn’t our options. You might think so, but you’re wrong. What’s holding you back from dating right now is your FEAR.
The fear of being wrong, the fear of feeling bad about yourself, the fear of being rejected, and so on…
You likely have a deeply rooted fear that I know nothing about. Something that might only surface if you let yourself start liking someone. It’s scary to think of all the unwanted emotions that come from dating, so many people think, “Why date?”
If you want to start dating now, then you have to consider how to get started. I’ve written a guide to help you do just that.
The secret is to just get out there. In the next 7 days, you could be preparing to go on your next date. No excuses. There is nothing stopping you, I’ve put everything that you need to know and everything that you need to do in this guide.
All there is left to do is take the information and apply it. In this modern world I think that online dating is one of the best resources that we have for finding love. Why? Because the same people online are the same people offline. You just have more access to them.
Imagine trying to figure out where every single eligible prospect was spending their time on a regular basis. You might find yourself trekking from bar to bar, without any luck.
Online dating gives you access to people who are single, that want to be found.
Change your mindset
Many people don’t date, or aren’t currently dating because they are afraid. It’s ok to be scared of getting hurt, your past experience is telling you that a little hesitation is wise. This is the point in your life however where you need to make a choice.
Are you going to stay tethered to the past, or are you willing to create a bright future.
If you really want to start dating now, you have to think clearly about what dating really means. You are selling yourself to other people. In order to do that effectively, you have to believe in what you’re selling.
This isn’t about having rock solid self-esteem. Most people don’t have that, and I wouldn’t even know where to begin to teach anyone how to develop it. I’m talking about just understanding that you are the only you there is.
If you can’t accept yourself, then no one else will. This doesn’t mean being perfect. Acceptance means taking what is, and making that ok. This guide walks you through a few mindset shifts to help you like yourself a little more. Its all about selling yourself in a way that makes sense, instead of trying to impress someone else.
In order for someone to like you, you have to like you. That simple.
Make love a habit
Can you really find love in 30 days? Of course, but only if you’re ready to make loving a habit. Right now, you’ve made a habit of avoiding love and keeping yourself safe. You’re making a habit of choosing the wrong people, and accepting less than you deserve. Right now, you might even be making misery, and loneliness a habit. What you do counts.
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