What if I told you there is a way to become irresistible to men with a simple idea that takes less than 30 seconds? And what if I told you the only side effect is feeling happier?
When a method takes only 30 seconds, you owe it to yourself to give it a try. You don’t have much to lose, but you have a lot to gain if it works. And even if it doesn’t work, you will still experience a boost in happiness and self-esteem.
Let me explain.
“I believe in you.” It’s nice when someone says that to you, isn’t it? But what does it really mean? They believe you exist? Of course not. They’re saying they believe in your ability to achieve something, or they are saying they believe in your general goodness and value.
In a way, when someone says “I believe in you,” they are practicing the art of positive thinking. They are choosing to believe the best. It feels good when you are the recipient of that faith.
I recently stumbled across a survey of jokes that were voted to be among the best. I thought this one was funny. “I saw a book called The Power of Positive Thinking and thought I should probably read that. But then I thought, ‘What the hell good would that do?’ and I walked away.”
I like this joke because it makes light of a trap many of us find ourselves in. Once the human mind starts down the track of negative thinking, it can be difficult to switch tracks. It’s not easy to suddenly decide to be a positive person.
Once the rolling snowball of negativity starts to build, it can feel nearly impossible to reverse course. But there’s one method, one simple psychological side step that can do the trick.
I’m talking about the tiny shift in mental focus known as gratitude. According to Rick Hansen, PhD, the author of Hardwiring Happiness, it is literally possible to cause your brain to adopt neural structures that cause feelings of gratitude and well-being to become automatic. But you don’t have to achieve that now. All you have to do is make the simple choice to get thankful about something, even if most of your life circumstances suck.
Today, I want to suggest one very simple form of gratitude. It has to do with the mindset you bring to dating.
I challenge you to be grateful for the power you have to love others. It’s a simple thing, but it really is something worth celebrating.
You have love and you are able to give it to someone else. That is a precious gift of immeasurable value. Appreciate the fact that dating provides micro opportunities to practice the art of giving your love away. Don’t worry about using it up. Unlike other valuable resources, your supply tends to grow the more you practice giving it away.
As you know, most of us fall into the trap of becoming increasingly negative and panic stricken as we try to find someone else to love us. Other people typically don’t do it right, or at least not perfectly. So we become focused on the problems in our love life.
You may not be in a relationship right now, or you may be in one that is not meeting all of your needs, but I challenge you to take thirty seconds to adopt a new mindset. Dating becomes a lot more fun when you focus on the beautiful gift of love that you have to give away.
Don’t wait until you find the perfect person to give it to. Give it away in tiny doses to people who are not even fully deserving of it. Appreciating the beauty of the love you have within you will make you glow from the inside out. It will boost your immune system, lower your stress, and enhance the natural beauty of who you are.
This is the 30-second method that makes you irresistible to men. It can change you from the inside out. It causes you to radiate energy and happiness. It’s a powerful attraction trigger for anyone looking for a lasting relationship.
Today I am grateful for the opportunity to have a small influence in your life, hopefully in a positive direction. I believe you are valuable and intrinsically good. I believe you will be a creator as you consciously choose to direct the focus of your thoughts toward things you are grateful for.
In short, I believe in you.
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