Every person eventually reaches a point in their lives where they desire to share their lives with others. This is usually at an early age. It is possible to find great hope in meeting someone new, regardless of their age. However, being young is not as dangerous as it might seem. After many years of heartbreaks and hurt feelings, this is something that I would not want to do with someone else. Other consequences have also resulted in my mental makeup. I reached a point where I didn’t want anyone in my life and would not give a man the chance to be with me. After a while, this became quite lonely.
Since I was a teenager, I have been single for a while and that feeling has returned. I feel the need to have someone in my life that is important to me. A person I can confide and who shares my interests. We can share our lives together. I’m interested in meeting the ‘right guy’, or the man that’s right for me. To get what you want, it is important to be the type of person who has what you are looking for. It all started with changing my attitude and thinking. The attitude is determined by how you think. Negative thinking will lead to a negative attitude. Positive thinking will result in a positive attitude. That was my first step in my “man-hating” recovery. Although I have never hated men, my standoff might have made others think otherwise.
It was a wonderful awakening. It was like I had woken up from a nightmare of feeling alone and miserable. Although I didn’t yet have a man, I felt great about myself after I made the decision to improve myself and be the best version of myself. I stopped feeling the dread I was used to waking up with. My life was no longer dominated by down moments. I began to see my true, happy, loving and giving self more often. I began feeling good about me. This was the beginning!
I felt more secure in my happiness. I felt more at peace with myself. I stopped beating myself with a club. Is it possible? If not, it should because it felt real. However, it is important to realize that whatever you focus on is real to the person who is doing it.
Here I was, having a great time with myself. I was hungry for more, and I opened myself up to the possibility of meeting someone. I was open to all possibilities. This made me happier. In the process of opening up, I discovered more about myself and was able to get to know myself better. It was a great experience to get to know me and accept me for who I am. It was truly one of the most enriching and rewarding experiences in my life.
Truth be told, I’m still open to meeting someone. I haven’t yet met ‘the one’. Although I’m not out there trying to find the one, I’m open to exploring it. What I discovered was that I am the greatest thing about myself. The most important person I have ever known was me when I opened myself up to the possibility of meeting another person. That search led me to the most important person in my life, ME. I am grateful for it and all the blessings that came with it. I’m a lucky woman, and I know that I will meet a great man because of it.
The bottom line is that it is crucial to discover yourself before you decide to go out with someone. There are many wonderful things you can learn in the process of searching. Because we all have unique characteristics and are different, I believe that everyone has to discover those wonderful things for themselves. It’s a wonderful experience to discover oneself and it gives you the best feelings about yourself. The watchwords would be Love Thyself.