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New Year, New Love

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New Year, New Love

For all of us, and especially for those who are looking for a new love in the New Year, the right changes can help attract that love into your life. 

To do that, we need to initiate a “New Year, New Love” Guide, which will help us find true love -  or strengthen the bond in our existing relationships.

Making LOVE your New Year’s Resolution…

Here are Seven Steps to attract new love into your life in the New Year:

1. Say “I Love You" often

Make a commitment to tell someone you deeply love that you really love them and how important they are in your life. Tell the one you love that you love them every day of your life.

2. Stay in the present 

Work on communication. Admire, compliment & praise people that are close to you and part of your life. Make time to connect with them on a deep level.

3. Let go of the past

Don't get hung up on past events. Take what is relevant and make healthy choices in the present. Be aware of, and be grateful for, the wonderful things in your life. Be consicous of the beauty all around you.

4. Be open and emotionally ready for love

Focus on the things you can change and not the things you can't. Appreciate life's simple moments of joy. Small Things Matter!

5. Take emotional risks

Challenge yourself to jump out of your comfort zone. Get involved and commit to using a variety of methods to meet others. Do not give up on love during disappointing moments. Embrace your inner courage.

6. Focus on self-love

Concentrate on your positive qualities and accomplishments. Resolve your inner conflicts. Reflect and re-focus. As Buddha stated, “If your compassion does not include yourself, it is incomplete.”

7. Chat to a love psychic

Psychics provide clarity and guidance, they have the ability to help us listen to the universe and understand what it has in store for us. They can help give us the strength and resolve to make difficult changes in our lives, and guide us towards what we really need.