I am constantly inspired by Dr. Wayne Dyer, who brilliantly stated, “Change the way you look at things and the things you look at change.” If you read my previous article, you also know that I am an advocate for helping single individuals make powerful shifts to attract love into their lives, seek out the right relationship (vs. just any relationship) and decrease roadblocks in the way.
This brings me to several important questions: Do you tend to focus on not having love in your life now instead of your commitment to forming a loving relationship? Do you believe that because you are single now, you will always be? Do you feel torn between giving up on love and investing time and energy into dating?
If you answered yes to any or all of the above questions, you may be acting in ways that keep you single.
There is more to life than your relationship status, so it is important for your well-being and happiness to change the way you look at singlehood.
There are also other empowering ways to change your mindset about singlehood and love, including visualizing love in your life, honoring yourself and your need for breaks from dating/relationships while not giving up on your goal for love and embracing singlehood.
To read the full article, featured on eHarmony, I hope you will click here!
Rachel Dack, MS, LCPC, NCC
Welcome to Rachel Dack Counseling LLC’s blog, written by Rachel Dack, a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (L.C.P.C.) and Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC). Rachel provides psychotherapy and relationship coaching services to individuals and couples in her Bethesda, Maryland office and over the phone.
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