5 Damaging Mindsets Keeping You From A Happy Relationship

Someone’s inability to see your value does not make you any less valuable, that’s why it’s called self worth. It’s up to you, not them.

 May 24, 2019

5 Damaging Mindsets Keeping You From A Happy Relationship

Fortune favors the bold, not just in life, but also in love.

 

4. You never think the timing is right.

Life gets crazy, we all get busy, and it becomes difficult to imagine shifting around our schedule in order to accommodate that of a whole other person in order to build a relationship with them.

The timing isn’t right, but you will be able to focus more after you reach your next goal. Or, after you make this deadline. Or, after your new assistant gets hired.

Whatever it may be, there is always an excuse that seems to keep us from doing what it is that we really want to do. “Someday” is not a day of the week, and it never actually shows up on the calendar. There is no perfect moment, but what there is, is the ability to take the moment and make it perfect.

There will be no wrong timing when you find the right person, but you need to be open to them coming into your life.

 

5. You are jaded.

This is maybe the most common reason I hear from people about why they do not want to date anymore. They have been burned in the past and have felt unappreciated, which I mentioned earlier. They don’t think there are any good people left in the world. No good men, and no good women. All men are jerks, and all women are crazy.

After one, two, or twenty disappointments, it is natural to become worn down and discouraged, but keeping your hope alive is the only missing piece to finding the person you are meant to be with.

There is no predicting when or where you will meet the person you fall in love with. You may be reading this article on your phone and bump into them on the street. You might be in line behind them in the coffee shop. You might meet them at a party. But, if you are too jaded to give them a chance when they do come along, you risk letting them get away forever.

While it may be a risk to put yourself out there and chase after happiness, it is far less of a risk than spending the rest of your life wishing you had.


Written by Originally appeared in The Good Men Project

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