Give it up.
Not that there isn't someone out there for you. Not that you don't have a soulmate. Not that you will always be single because you live in a town with more penguins than eligible men, or you are too old, too fat or anything else.
The terrible truth is that the person that will save you is not coming because no one in the whole wide world can intervene between you and yourself.
Are you talking yourself down in the mirror every day, but then expecting someone to come and find you gorgeous? Are you repeating to yourself how unhappy you feel about your life or your singledom, and then expecting for someone to come and zap you into happy town?
The person that will fix the unhappiness, the person that will make you feel loved (when you are mean as hell to yourself everyday), the person that will make everything OK - THAT person is not coming. He or she is not looking for you right now. They are not just a vibration away. They are not coming.
And thank goodness for that.
Because life starts when we give up the desire to be rescued.
(if this has sparked interest for you, let me know and I'll send you an audio by Steve Chandler called "The Owner/Victim Choice". It's powerful stuff.)
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