Most people think of Valentine’s Day as a day to spend with the person you love, like a boyfriend or a husband.
It’s also a day to show the person you love how much you love them, like buying chocolates for a boyfriend with a sweet tooth, or going out for romantic dinners with your husband.
When you’re single on Valentine’s Day, it can feel as if the whole world is telling you that you are all alone by yourself.
Don’t listen to those pesky voices telling you that you are unloved.
You KNOW that’s not true.
Instead, these are the 4 truths about your love life on Valentine’s Day that you should know instead. Believe and act on these 4 truths, and by next year, you may have that other half to celebrate Valentine’s Day with!
1. Know That You Are Worthy of a Committed Love
It can be easy to tell yourself that you do not deserve a great love, especially when you feel lonely. While it’s normal to feel down from time to time, to constantly think such thoughts is to carry out a self-fulfilling prophecy.
Don’t fall into the trap of accepting a relationship that makes you feel worse about yourself. Always strive for a love that respects and cherishes you, and fully believe that you deserve this love… because you do.
2. The First Step to Finding Love is to Show Yourself More Love
If you want to, you can buy yourself flowers or chocolates ala the traditional Valentine’s Day way. There’s also nothing wrong with signing yourself up for a little pampering, like a facial, massage, or a nail session.
Stay in away from the crowd, and have some much important me-time, whether by yourself, or with the family and friends you love.
3. Determination is the Key to Finding Someone You’ll Love
It is by putting yourself out there that attracts the chances of love even more. It’s only hard to find love when you make it hard for love to find you.
4. To Attract Love, You Must Become the Right One Yourself
Yet, in the quest for love, don’t forget to ask yourself this most important question: “are you also the kind of person you’d want to date?”
Yes, it is important that the man who loves you loves you for who you are. However, there is always room for improvement. Being who you are does not mean becoming stagnant and accepting yourself that way – it means striving to be the best version of yourself at all times.
For example, a hot-tempered girl can tell herself that she’s got a temper, but a hot-tempered girl who strives to keep her anger in check is much more attractive than the girl who lashes out at the tiniest thing.
Once you practice these four truths to love, you may surprise yourself with what happens next. Happy Valentine’s Day, and may you find a great love for yourself soon.