3 Ways to Attract Love to Yourself

L.A. Strucke

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Are you feeling lonely during this pandemic? Have you felt the ship of love has passed you by? Don’t despair. You still have time to attract love into your life. Here are 3 ways to attract love to yourself.

Recognize your own value

Are you one of those people that are always self-critical and mean to yourself? If you are, it’s going to be a major roadblock in finding love. 

It’s hard to feel attractive and worthy if you are constantly negatively comparing yourself to more beautiful people around you. 

Everyone has attractive qualities. You don’t have to have a perfect gym body to find a partner. There are overweight people all around you that are happily paired off with someone. There are people with crooked teeth that have someone who loves them. Some people don’t have anything extraordinary about them at all. So why have they found love and you haven’t? 

They value themselves. They have the inner belief that they are worthy of being loved and send that confidence out to the world. They make the most of their good qualities- their sharp wit, great sense of humor, positive outlook. They are comfortable in their own skin. Others pick up on it, and they seem more approachable. That’s it. 

Have you ever been on a date with someone who was criticizing themselves? They keep talking about how they have to lose weight, and how bad their teeth are, or how they hate their own hair. The potential partner’s attraction level is going to go from 100 to zero attraction real fast. Who wants to be with a person who doesn’t even think they’re so great? After a while, people will believe you when you say you're not so great.

The secret is to know your own value and make the best of your assets. And yes, you do have them. Everyone has something special and attractive about them.

Put yourself out there

 To increase the odds of meeting someone, you have to get out in the world and meet new people. Yes, even during a pandemic. You are never going to meet the love of your life sitting alone in your living room — unless you try virtual dating.

There are virtual meetings everywhere — even for dating. Yes, you can have a candlelit dinner over a video chat. There is even online speed dating events in NJ at places like NJ first dates. There you can meet someone from the safety of your living room. 

Outdoor events are now being held with limitations. You can don your mask and get out to that event, where you will meet new people. 

The warm weather is coming, and it’s time to get out to parks and the ocean, and to outside seating at restaurants where you just might run into your special person.

You can even take language lessons virtually like this Italian club located in Burlington, NJ called Amici Della Lingua Italiana. Just because you are stuck at home, doesn’t mean you can’t meet interesting new people.

If you are vaccinated you can now travel again with precautions. Broaden your world and you increase your odds of meeting someone. The more people you meet, the more you increase your odds of meeting your new partner.

Give out the love you want to receive

To attract love into your life you have to give it. The world always gives you back what you send out.

Try reaching out to people you know and focus on others besides yourself. Volunteer at the local food bank or church. Help a neighbor on your street with groceries. 

When you meet new people, stop thinking about what you’re going to say, and focus on what they’re saying. Ask them about themselves. If you sit back and listen, you will always find out new information you didn’t know. They may open up to you. It never hurts to make new friends. These friends may even lead you to your special person.

If you stay in your old routine, feeling closed off to the world, that’s exactly what you’ll get. 

You don’t have to be alone and lonely anymore. If you take new approaches, you may attract the love you want. 

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