finding true love

The part you're missing about manifesting true love is your own subconscious interpersonal template of what love is supposed to look and feel like.
You can listen to other people's advice and experience, but because you are a completely new and unique combination, your relationship will blossom only through trial and error.
As you may have heard, I met the love of my life through HuffPost. Who knew a mouthy manifesto I wrote after a bad post-divorce date would lead me to my very own Magic Mike? Honestly, being struck by lightening and resuscitated by Channing Tatum himself would have seemed more in the realm of possibility.
In my work with hundreds of smart, successful, single women over the years, their initial question to me is usually the same: "Why am I still single?" Underneath that question is pain. Start to see the reasons you have created in your mind to keep you stuck.
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"Soulmates recognize that they are two parts of the same whole, and no outside influence or external matter can break that
'How do you know you've found the one?' young friends ask me. 'Does your boyfriend make you happy?' I ask. 'Does being around him boost your sense of well being? Does he help you be the best you can be?' Funny that I can be a love advisor when more than 30 years ago I almost said no to love.
This is the Life Out Loud in action: picking up and moving to LA for a man I've technically only been in a relationship with for two months.
The guys I know who are happily married have a story about how they met their wives. Most involve a moment when they knew that they needed to spend the rest of their lives with this particular woman in order to be happy.