Before I reconnected with Ken, I was in an unhappy connection with toxic guy N. A sliver of me was seeking love with fearful intentions: I was worried that I would never find someone (I love) and I didn’t want to live life never having been in a serious relationship.In short, I was seeking a relationship for the sake of it.Following my advice brought love to me a year later.🙂 I’ve rewritten this article and added 2 additional steps given the benefit of hindsight.At almost 5,000 words long (actually longer if you count the related articles that are linked for some steps), this is truly your one-stop guide to finding love. They have worked for me and they will help you attract to the love you deserve. 🙂 Many people today seek a relationship out of fear.Reasons like not wanting to feel lonely, not wanting to be alone, not wanting to be left on the shelf, conforming to society’s expectations, appeasing parents’ concerns, wanting to be loved, wanting to feel “complete”, wanting to have a partner to “show off” to friends, and not wanting to be the only single left among coupled friends are fear-based motivations for a relationship. 🙂 It took much longer than I expected because there was just so much I had to say and I wanted to make sure I was writing it in the best way possible for all of you! While he had met and been with girls of all looks and characters, none of the relationships fulfilled him (which was why they would always end at some point).
After a while, you may feel you’re better off single than with these people.Hence, I hung on to that toxic connection even though N was one of the worst people I had ever met. Before I got together with Ken, I went through 28 years with no success in my love journey (as I’ve shared in parts 1 and 2).Some people spend their entire lives searching for love but never get anywhere, while some attract love with ease without looking for it. I actually wrote and published this guide last May when I was still single (it was just 8 steps then).Note from Celes: After over a week of hiatus, here’s the latest installment in the soulmate series! I don’t think we should overtly seek love as it’s not the direct result of finding it. 🙂 In today’s guide, I share 10 crucial steps which have brought love into my life.
It was only when we reacquainted that our “search” ended.