Fearing never finding a partner and ending up alone, creates a sentiment that further impedes you from getting said partner.
When you fear, it actually affects your entire psyche and body language.
This is detrimental to getting what you want, as constantly giving off an air of fear, makes others believe that you are not happy with yourself and they stay away.
Live and experience your life to the fullest.
When you have this fear of never finding a partner and ending up alone, it literally freezes you in place.
You are reluctant to get involved in new activities or expand your circle of friends.
That fear is a metaphorical chain around your neck.
Chained to the same social circle, job, hang-out locations and home.
There is abundant life around you that you need to acknowledge.
Each day, do something new and different, as a goal.
Be consistent with this behavior.
Go to a different restaurant to have lunch, say hello to that stranger that you just noticed looking at you, take a different route to work, etc.
The key is to never get tired of doing something new.
Be ready to do something that you have never done when the opportunity presents itself.
Have the openness to do this.
When friends ask you out and you tell them you are tired, you pick yourself up and just go.
When you open up your life to the new possibilities, it breaks you out of your routine.
You are now in a position of power and contentment, and there is no more fear.
Once that fear is gone and you have opened up your world, you give yourself an opening to meeting your future partner for life.
That’s where you want to be.
Fear is replaced with hope.
Desolation replaced with social activity.
When fear is no longer an impediment in your mind, you go places in your relationships that you never thought possible.
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