There are so many theories about how to find love and ‘the one’. For some love is a one-time experience that only happens with one other person, for others they believe there are multiple people out there that you will be compatible with.
But, whichever camp you are based in, it isn’t always easy to find love.
The dating game is hard. You can go on date after date and still not find ‘the one’. You don’t want to invest your time trying to force a relationship that eventually will fail.
People in love, say you know when it happens. So you have the choice. You can just wait until the perfect person waltz into your life or you can take matters into your own hands and be proactive.
If you want to take the leap and proactively seek the yin to your yang. Here are some tips.
Be True To Yourself
You want a soulmate. By definition, that means someone who will love you for being yourself. You will never be able to find that perfect counter partner if you are being your full self and always hiding part of yourself away or making changes.
You will only find love when you start to love who you are. Embrace all parts of yourself, your body, your smile and your appearance.
Put Yourself Out There
If you are, you need to make yourself open to meeting new people. This can be through dating sites and apps, using Guyspy voice phone number or even face to face meets in locations such as work or bars.
Don’t Seek Out ‘Perfection’
Do you have this ideological idea of what the person you are meant to be with should be like? Unless those traits are met do you keep looking and bypass other potential suitors? For most, the people who they have ended up with, are not usually who they would describe as their ideal partner on paper.
Don’t Rush It
Although you may wish you had met them already and are keeping your fingers crossed that they stroll into your life tomorrow, you can’t force these things. Be patient, when the time is right and you least expect it, that is when the stars will align.
Instead of focusing on finding someone else to enrich your life and make you happy, focus on yourself and what will make you happen.
It is important to realize that the idea of ‘perfection’ may not exist, but that doesn’t mean having to settle.
You still want true love, a soulmate. This cannot and should not be forced. It is healthy in all relationships, even those built on the strongest love for one another, to still have differences of opinions, and even to find certain characteristics annoying. But, these differences of character should be easily looked past. If you find that challenging, it is unlikely that person is ‘the person’.
All healthy relationships overcome blips when both parties are willing and wanting. Unless there is passion and a desire to work on it, you will never have that all consuming love that you are looking for.