As the New Year comes around, new love often does too. #ForTheLovers, this is a fresh start, the past year sucked for the dating scene, so the new year brings in new hope for everyone. Some families even believe it is bad luck for a man/woman not to be the first person to walk in the door once the ball drops. Beginning the New Year with a new love seems ideal, but does it always happen?
Before beginning any new relationship, the best thing to do is reflect on last year’s dating scene. Thinking about how you grew as a person, knowing what you want out of a relationship now should definitely open up opportunity for a steady relationship. A New Year’s resolution can be set in stone based on your personal reasons why a relationship might have failed, or how with the New Year what changes you are willing to make.
Don’t beat yourself up for last year’s lost, if it was meant to be it would have. 2014 in some ways can be looked at as the year of love, its 2, 14 Valentine’s Day so maybe it’s everyone’s lucky year for love, just let it happen instead of looking for it. If not having enough time for a previous spouse was 2013 biggest down fall, think of ways to be less busy this year, set aside some specific times for you personally then work. Remember work does pay the bills but you can’t marry, have a family with “work”.
With the New Year, be a new you. Yes change is difficult and most people feel there isn’t any reason to change. Thinking of 2013 and its great times with bad, it’s a great way to take out those old habits and throw them aside, all #ForTheLove. Think positive, think love, think free.
Maybe your problem was making the first move, which is a huge step for anyone. Once you see that person, lock eyes and go for it. The worse that can happen is rejection, the best is a lifelong partner you wouldn’t trade for the world. Happy New Year!!!