7 Simple ways to attract the person who adores you

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#1. Be more comfortable with being yourself.

You’ve probably experienced a semblance of adoration in your life by now, right? It doesn’t matter whether you were on the giving or on the receiving end of such adoration; what’s important is that you understand the concept and you know that adoration is directly driven by a person’s attraction to you. You, yourself, have probably espoused a strong adoration for your parents, siblings, teachers, celebrity idols, and crushes. Have you ever taken the time to examine the qualities of such adoration? What makes these people so adorable to the point where you always find yourself being attracted to them in some shape or form?

Adoration is relative. It really depends on how we are brought up and the things that we are exposed to. That’s part of what makes us human. Our individuality grants us unique personalities that espouse our different world-views and perspectives. What is adorable to some people may not necessarily be adorable to others. But that doesn’t mean that there aren’t any universal factors of adoration that we can all agree on. There is no single formula in making people attracted to you, but there are some tips that you can follow to boost your chances of being on the receiving end of such adoration.

1. Be more comfortable with being yourself.

No one ever likes a fake. Yes, it’s okay for you to idolize some people. Yes, it’s acceptable if you want to emulate people that you absolutely adore. But always remember that the best possible person you could ever be is yourself. When you try to be something that you’re not, people will see right through you. You always have to be comfortable with just being yourself and you should never force the issue. Otherwise, you will only end up resenting yourself for trying to become someone who you were never meant to be in the first place.

2. Stay honest and true.

Honesty is the best policy. That maxim has held true over the course of history, and there’s no reason why you shouldn’t believe that. Mark Twain once said that a person who never lies never has to remember anything. He was right. You don’t have to play a character or put up a façade to hide who you really are. Be honest and true to the person you were meant to be. People will always find honesty attractive; and if they don’t, then they were probably people who weren’t worth keeping in your life. The people you love should always be ready to accept you for who you truly are.- Continue reading on the next page