Are you sick of being single? It’s ok.
In this video I tell you the three-step process I used to find love and the relationship I always knew I deserved.
I’m sure you’ve been single long enough to have mastered making the most of it but love is your right. Regardless of how much you enjoy your single life, if there is a void for love in your life then it’s your responsibility to fill it.There are times in your single life where you will feel liberated and free but it can also be exhausting.
Love is your right and it’s not as hard as you think to find the right relationship.
- Decide what you want
With any goal you must get clear on what you really want. Too many single men and women are giving their power away and only accepting what other people are willing to give them. No one is holding your future in their hands except for you. It’s not a matter of who is willing to date you. Decide what you want and be really specific and clear. Know how you want to feel and who you want to be.
Design your relationship the way you want it before you’re actually in it.
- Set Boundaries
Boundaries create loyalty. If you’ve struggled with getting people to commit it’s because dating you has been too easy. We accommodate the people that we care about even at our own expense. The problem is that our society is not taught to value what comes easily. We respect what we work for. The harder the work the more we regard something.
Setting strict boundaries with your time, body, and emotions inspires loyalty.
When you’re strict about how you want to be treated, you’re perceived as being high value.
- Have Conviction
Don’t just believe that you will have a relationship- know. Love is your right. Although, you might have struggled to find a great partner in the past it doesn’t make you less deserving of one. It’s your lack of self-worth that’s attracting the exact people that you don’t want. Recognize that you were made to have love in your life. Know that the right person is out there and they are looking as hard for you as you are for them.