3 Brutal Truths About Attracting Love Condensed

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It’s hard out there for singles. The dating process can be complex, and finding a relationship can seem impossible. This is especially true for people who are looking for something serious. There are many obstacles to overcome, and the path to love can be rocky. This blog post will explore some of the challenges of dating and finding a relationship. We will also discuss how to overcome these difficulties and find the love you deserve!

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The Red Pill: The Rabbit Hole

One of the biggest challenges that singles face is the Soulmate Myth. This is the belief that there is one perfect person for you, and if you find them, you will be complete. This can cause a lot of pressure and anxiety, as it can feel like you are looking for a needle in a haystack. It can also lead to disappointment, as it is often unrealistic to expect one person to meet all of your needs. Another challenge that people face when dating is the idea of The One. This is the belief that there is only one person out there who can make you happy. Again, this puts a lot of pressure on both parties and can lead to disappointment. It is important to remember that relationships take

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The Blue Pill: Who Do You Want?

Work on yourself, but no one is perfect. There are many ways to find happiness, and you should not put all your eggs in one basket. If you are struggling with dating or finding a relationship, there are some things that you can do to make the process easier. One of the best things you can do is set realistic expectations. This will help to prevent disappointment and frustration. It is also essential to be open-minded and flexible. You may know what you want, but be willing to consider other options. Lastly, staying positive and keeping your eye on the prize is essential. It can be easy to get discouraged, but remember that love is worth fighting for! These are just some of the challenges.

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Let It Go:

Oftentimes in life, we are faced with difficult decisions. Do we stay in a bad relationship? Do we quit our job when it’s making us miserable? Or do we let go of something or someone that we love, even though it hurts like hell? This can be especially tough when that “something” is a pet. We get so attached to them, and they become such a big part of our lives, that it feels impossible to let go. But sometimes, it’s the best thing for both you and your pet. Here are four reasons why you might need to let your pet go.

You Are On Your Own Pedestal:

In theory, the pedestal belongs to the woman. It’s her place of honor, respect, and revered status. She is the one who is put on a pedestal for all to see and admire. But in reality, the pedestal belongs to you. You are the one who gets to decide who deserves to be elevated above everyone else. And that decision is always yours alone to make. So don’t wait for someone else to put you on a pedestal — do it yourself! Decide that you are worth honoring, respecting, and revering. Choose yourself as your own personal hero and let the world follow suit. Because when you stand tall on your own pedestal, you become unstoppable.

You Can’t Attract Love:

So, you want to find love? Unfortunately, it’s not as easy as putting up a “looking for love” ad and waiting for the responses to come in. In fact, if you want to find success in your love life, you need to learn how to attract love — and that means taking some time for self-care and self-love. Here are a few tips on how to get started.

1. When somebody compliments you accept it. Say thank you. Even if you don’t feel you deserve it, say thank you. They gave the compliment because they feel you’ve earned it.

2. Permit yourself to make mistakes. Nobody is perfect. Understand you are not either. When you make a mistake, own it and view it as an opportunity to improve.

3. Avoid comparing yourself to others. When we do this, we stop being me, start being ‘them,’ and continue being yourself. Be you and embrace being you!



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Andrew Foster

Andrew Foster


A student of love, relationships and self help who likes to write about and teach what I’ve learned along the way