7 Ways To Fall In Love Without A Romantic Partner


7 Ways To Fall In Love Without A Romantic Partner
Contrary to what Hollywood tries to tell you, love is not just about finding a romantic partner.

5. Your favorite grandparent, aunt or other family member who makes you feel loved and special. Obviously this does not entail anything creepy or inappropriate!

6. Your work and career. Yes, some people really do fall in love with the work they do and the difference they make in their world. Loving your career can be one of the most rewarding and fruitful things you do.

7. Your life and life itself. If you can fall in love with life — your life — then you'll live each day with a full and open heart. Doesn't that sound wonderful?

Make it a point to fall in love today. It feels good, regardless of who or what the object of your affection is. Take advantage of the heart's unique ability to give and receive love unconditionally, and in so many wonderful ways.

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Be well,


Julie Orlov, MAOL, MSW, LCSW: psychotherapist, coach, speaker, and author of The Pathway to LoveTake Your FREE Relationship Assessment Quiz today at www.JulieOrlov.com/quizDon't forget to catch me LIVE every Sunday at 1:30 p.m. PST on Pathways to Love with Julie Orlov on L.A. Talk Live!

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