The Things That Are Stopping You From Finding Love

Jan 20, 2020 ByAndrew Parker

They always say that love is all you need and that it’s all around us, but still, you haven’t found it for yourself. But don’t worry! That’s totally fine. There are lots of people still on the hunt for the love of their lives. And according to research, the smarter you are, the harder it will be for you to find.  Well, here’s some advice on what things you may want to avoid (or at least cut down on) that could be preventing you from finding love. For one, thinking that you are not beautiful enough can make you a whole lot less beautiful.  Furthermore, regardless of how you actually look, appearance is not the most important thing when it comes to true love. So stop worrying about the way you look so much, believe in yourself, and in all of your many qualities.

A couple doing high level of yoga posture supporting in each other with harmony on the beach in the sunny day.

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It’s important to stop looking for the perfect partner. There is no such thing as Prince Charming, despite everything that we learned from all of those Disney movies. Even if there was a Prince Charming, he would probably still be quite moody and have a low temper. We need to lower our expectations and understand that everyone has their own imperfections, and this is not a bad thing. It’s simply the reality of human beings. Perhaps you’re missing the hints that people are sending you. If you are confused by someone, you are always best off just being straightforward and having things cleared up for you.  Then, when it comes to social media, we’ve all learned to rate our self-worth based on the amount of attention we get. It’s been spreading like a disease.  There will always be someone out there with a cooler life than you, and it makes us all feel quite vulnerable.  We can’t fully open our hearts to love when we feel this way. We also need to know when, and when not to listen to what our friends have to say. Everyone is different and has their own unique experiences that cannot be compared to another. Friends also can have their own biases, such as being jealous or overprotective.