Top 5 Tips For Finding True Love


You don’t find love, love comes to you. It’s all about timing. Read our Top 5 Tips For Finding True love below. Enjoy. Don’t forget to share!


Top 5 Tips For Finding True Love

1. Love yourself first.

Love yourself first, and everything else falls into line. If you are not loving yourself first, then it is likely that things are not falling into line for you. Love yourself first, the love and attention you always thought you wanted from someone else is the love and attention you first need to give to yourself.  Self-love is the key to true love.


Top 5 Tips For Finding True Love

2. Get crystal clear about what you want.

The worst possible thing that you can do is to accept less than what you want and deserve. Accepting this “whatever” thing sends the message that you are okay with receiving something of that caliber. But you know you want and deserve more, right? So what are you willing to do to have it? Are you willing to cut out the crap that takes you away from the end goal? I hope so! Life has a funny way of bringing us exactly what we want when we are finally clear on what it is that we don’t want as well.


Top 5 Tips For Finding True Love

3. Make room in your life and space in your heart.

If you want to love deeply and experience a truly meaningful life, you need plenty of heart space. When you let go of the pain, guilt, anger and depression, you can begin to fill your heart with the right things, the real things, the true things. And when you do, it will open up and give you all the space you need. That’s a big deal.


Top 5 Tips For Finding True Love

4. Don’t settle for less than what you deserve.

How do we stop settling for less than we deserve? By appreciating ourselves as the wonderful women we are. By knowing our value and our worth as women. By honoring ourselves in our relationships with men. Only then can we have the love we’ve always dreamed of, the love we deserve.


Top 5 Tips For Finding True Love

5. Make decisions and take action based on faith, not fear.

If you are making your decisions based on fear, because of the things happening around you that are out of your control, you are being reactive rather than proactive. When you make a decision on faith, you are shifting your perception and your awareness into fully believing in yourself. When you rely on faith, you know that you’ve done the right thing.

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