Ladies, do you believe that good men still exist?
Sometimes, love is something that just happens to fall into an unbelievably lucky person’s lap. However, for the most part, love is always something that you’re just going to have to struggle and fight for. For the most part, love is really something that you need to give your everything to if you want to find any success in it. You might be so unlucky that you have to endure a few heartaches before you can find a good man. It’s important that you never lose hope.
Just because you have had a string of bad luck with your relationships doesn’t mean that you’re never going to get it right. The good man is out there. And it’s always important that you maintain your belief in the fact that he exists. If you’re not convinced, here are 10 reasons why you should probably change your mind.
1. You attract mostly what you believe.
The law of attraction. This isn’t just something that people have made up over the years. It’s real. You really do attract what you believe. You really do attract the kind of energy that you give off into the world. If you always believe that all men are going to be bad, then you are essentially going to attract all of the bad men to come into your life.
2. You risk becoming a bitter woman.
No good guy is ever going to want to be around a bitter woman. And so, if you allow yourself to stay bitter about the state of men in the world, you are essentially repelling all of the good guys from you. You never want to be bitter about your romantic situation. You can be sad about your bad luck. But you don’t want that sadness to turn into something toxic.
3. You set expectations to be unbelievably high for good men.
The more that you believe that good men don’t exist, then the higher your expectations will actually be for all men that you meet. You are going to start to equate finding good men with finding Bigfoot or unicorns. Accept that all good men do exist – it’s just that they aren’t going to be as perfect as you want them to be. No one is perfect after all.
4. You risk settling for someone you’re not really meant to be with.
If you convince yourself that good men don’t exist, you might just settle for a bad guy out of desperation to be in a relationship just for the hell of it. And that’s definitely bad.