By Ted Schredd
The amount of pressure on us today
in society to be in a perfect relationship is ridiculous.
Every restaurant, every flower shop, every lovely
card maker not only wants you to be all kissy
kissy but you need to spend a lot of money doing
it. So it comes February 14th and there is nobody
to have dinner with….what do you do?
First of all hold your head high. Sure it would
be great to go home after a lovely dinner and
get your num nums rubbed but it doesn’t
look like its going to happen this time. So you
say Ted you are not helping me….
If you are moping around about how single you
are, how are you ever going to attract someone
that you can go num num rubbing with? When you
meet someone who is depressed, sad and lonely
who goes on and on about how nobody loves them
and they will probably die a loner does that
turn you on? Of course not. When you meet a potential
lover you want them to be confident, proud and
What are you doing today to make your self a
better person? Do you need to lose a little weight,
brush your hair or have a shower? Maybe you need
to stop swearing, drinking or kicking kittens.
Maybe you need to get some new clothes or improve
your career. Be proactive on becoming a better
person. Buy a book on dating, go to a seminar
- be committed to do whatever it takes. It maybe
just a slight shift in attitude that could get
you all the lovers you will ever need. If you
don’t know why, why aren’t you trying
to discover what it is?
If you are making yourself a better person you
win. Get healthy and happy and you will greatly
increase your chances of attracting that special
someone. If your results have been no lover,
then you need to change your actions to get different
There are millions and millions of potential
mates for you out there. Be confident that you
will find one. It is way better than feeling
sorry for yourself. Accept the fact that you
are single right now and be totally ok with that.
It’s ok to be single but it’s not
ok to pout about it. I believe in you…do