If you’re anything like me, you’ve probably been hurt too often in relationships to trust someone again.
The fear of being hurt is irrational, but it lingers and can be paralyzing.
It’s easy to have resentful feelings towards people who have broken your heart time and time again.
You may even start feeling less than worthy as a human being if another person can find so little value in you that they are willing to walk away from love without even saying goodbye.
Why do we let other people dictate our worth?
We should only give value to the things we control, right?
You can find love again no matter how many times someone has walked out on you or given up on you before now.
Positive Affirmations for Relationships
The first step in finding love is to believe that you deserve it. If you believe you are a valuable person and can’t be hurt, you will go into any relationship with an open heart, ready to receive love.
Let go of your anger towards people who broke your trust, as it has no power over you.
You are not defined by anyone else’s choices, only by your own choices.
Don’t fear rejection if someone doesn’t want to be with you.
The first step to finding love is letting go of past rejections so that the future can bring on new opportunities for love.
Believe in the good in everyone, even when they don’t believe in themselves. We all have our struggles and weaknesses; we need to believe that there is enough good inside of us to overcome them.
Let’s look at some affirmations for finding love that you can use today.
11 Affirmations to Attract love
- I am worthy of love.
- I deserve to be loved.
- I am worthy of the love I give.
- I deserve a partner willing to try and make our relationship work.
- I am worthy of being loved by the people in my life.
- I have a loving, committed relationship no matter what happens in my life.
- I will find peace and happiness in my life on my terms without relying on anyone else for it.
- My partner will always respect and love me unconditionally regardless of what I do or don’t do.
- My partner will never make me feel guilty for not giving them what they want out of the relationship.
- If someone I’m dating makes me feel like they are more important than myself, then that person does not deserve me as their partner and should leave immediately.
- No one has the right to make me feel bad about myself or cause any self-doubt in my mind that leads to unhappiness or low self-esteem, especially not someone who wants a commitment from me when they are not willing to give one themselves.
If you want to find love, these affirmations can help you find the love you deserve.