When you are in love with someone – show it. Express your emotions. Be vulnerable. Don’t stop yourself from saying what’s on your mind. You have a voice – use it. Say those three words that everyone dies to hear but is afraid and too coward to say them themselves.
Be more than that. Overcome your fear of rejection. Be authentic and true to yourself. Stop worrying about whether someone will think that you are needy or clingy. They can think whatever they want. You should focus on you and your feelings, not what someone thinks.
When you love someone – tell them. Don’t play games. Don’t pretend to be cold and detached just because someone told you that it’s the only way they can love you back. A jaded and guarded person is not attractive. Not to me at least. Let the beauty of your soul shine. Be yourself. Unapologetically yourself.
Give someone a compliment. Be warm. Be open. Put in the effort into making someone happy. Give someone a smile. Stop playing dating games and wasting time.
Don’t do what you think is right. Do what feels right to you. Stop overthinking. Stop questioning yourself if you are good enough. Because for the right person you’ll be everything they have ever wanted and more.
When you truly love someone, don’t wait for the right moment to express your feelings. Don’t lock your feelings inside you just because it’s safer that way. Love requires courage. It requires risks in the name of love. It requires truth and honesty.
So, don’t waste your time. If you have someone in your life that you love with all your heart – tell them before it’s too late.
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