7 Not-So-Obvious Ways To Attract Positive Relationships With Men

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7 Obvious Ways To Attract Positive Relationships With Men
Love, Self

(That you're probably not doing.)

Sometimes we get into relationships that are toxic to our mental and physical health. We know the signs and recognize them within the relationship, but we don't do anything to get ourselves out of it. We settle. And we accept less than what we deserve.

But if you really want to be with someone who appreciates and loves you, then here are seven tips to attract more positive relationships.

1. Cut off the complaints.

Don't be a complainer and don't let others complain at you. It's cool to vent once in a while, but complaining is just frustration without any plans behind it. Set boundaries in your life to keep needless complaining out.

2. Acknowledge the past.

But don't live in. The past is in the past. Put your baggage down and walk away. It takes time to heal from past injuries, but you have to allow yourself to.

3. Love yourself first.


The best way to attract positive love is to love yourself. Love yourself exactly as you are. Make yourself your top priority. Get to know the inner you before you let anyone start checking it out.

4. Don't let anyone take your power.

Hold onto your power. Don't let your potential partners take power away from you by changing your perception of yourself. Stand up for your truth. Listen to what others might have to say, but think critically about it.

5. Understand that rejection is great.


Let me guess, the guy or gal you like didn't swipe right. Right? That's OK. They judged you on your looks only. You don't want to be with anyone like that anyway. Truly positive loves will want to get to know the real you.

6. Love every moment.

Find something awesome and joyous in every moment and every experience, even the challenging times. Positive people are attracted to positive people.

7. Don't worry.


The right person will come along when the moment is perfect. Just continue being yourself.

This article was originally published at Higher Perspective. Reprinted with permission from the author.