Fall in Love Again: A 5-Step Guide
Are you determined to find someone to fall in love with soon? Then go out, meet new people, and connect with as many potential soulmates as you can. To help you in your quest to end your single blessedness, we offer five suggestions that could help tip Cupid's bow in your favor.
1 Imagine your ideal man.
Finding someone you can be attracted to is the first step to falling in love. The good news is, he doesn't have to be someone you know. He could be someone as random as the cute guy you saw on the bus or someone as famous as Harry Styles—either one would probably do a good job of prepping your brain to release the chemicals normally associated with love.
2 Believe in your own beauty.
According to Professor Arthur Aron of State University of New York, we usually fall in love when we find ourselves attracted to a person and vice-versa. Unfortunately, the magic doesn't happen when we think negatively of ourselves. "The process gets thrown off if we can't believe that another person finds us attractive—like the Groucho Marx joke where we don't want to belong to a club that would have us for a member," he says in an interview with Discovery Fit & Health.