“Happy girls are the prettiest” – Audrey Hepburn
Making yourself happy without the need for someone else is loving yourself, if you can truly experience being happy by yourself and provide your desires for yourself, you will radiate with confidence and attraction and manifest love into your life so much more quickly. You lose the fear feeling from constantly looking out to meeting someone new, or investing so much hope and need in this guy and that relationship working out, when you approach dating from a happier place. You can focus on enjoying the journey of actually meeting someone to getting into a committed relationship.
When you place your happiness in the future…. On reaching this goal and that goal or you wait until you have found a relationship to be happy you will always be chasing happiness. As cheesy as it sounds, how can you love someone else when you haven’t learned to love you?!
If you don’t have a valentine, hang out with your girlfriends, don’t go looking for someone. When it’s right, they’ll come to you.” — Carmen Electra
Being happy is accepting now for what it is. Having happy single time, where you have a guy-free period (30-90 days) to focus on you, and do things that make you happy, where you aren’t focusing on guys or worrying about your dating life, where you’re not waiting for love, or for someone to call or text, is what Millionaire Matchmaker Patti calls a ‘Dating Detox’!! Where you dedicate single time to just being happy by yourself! So you learn to make yourself happy and prioritize and figure out your true needs. You are more confident, loving and respectful of yourself when you know you can make yourself happy by yourself and that’s way more attractive! Truly Happy people become more attractive! Particularly if you’ve just broken up with someone or keep repeating the same dating patterns that just aren’t working for you this can be a great practice!
Start creating Happiness Habits! Surround yourself with people who support your happiness, take complete responsibility for your happiness instead of playing the ‘victim’ in your circumstances, develop a positive mindset and think thoughts that support you, practice gratitude, practice forgiveness of yourself and others, look after your body by eating well and exercising – endorphins, serotonin, and oxytocin make you happy! Practice connecting to a ‘bigger’ energy source like the Universe, God, nature and your soul (by meditating, journaling, practicing manifesting, being in nature, candles…)