The Truth About Finding Love
Tips | Advice | Dating | Love
Thank you so much for watching, please leave your thoughts in the comments and subscribe to my channel for more videos! Written by Heidi Priebe - heidipriebe.net Filmed by Basti Hansen - Instagram.com/bastihansen (sorry, had to re-upload, there was a small mistake in the other version) Watch This If It Feels Like You'll Never Fall In Love Again Every time a relationship ends, it feels like the end of the road. The more time passes between one relationship and the next, the easier it becomes to convince ourselves it’s true. That being unloved is the rule, and that being loved once was the exception. But here’s the truth about when you’ll find love again: You’ll find love once you’re finally fulfilled without it. Love will come back when you’re not desperate for it. When you’ve stopped looking at each new encounter as a possible escape route or getaway car. Love will arrive when you are ready to give away as much as you receive. Because sometimes in life, you have to become the person you’ve been waiting for. You have to trust yourself, respect yourself, build yourself up enough to stand on your own two feet, regardless of who’s standing beside you. And so your job is not to find love – not to seek it out or aim to fall into it. Your job is to shine on, as blazingly and as fully as you’re capable of. Your job is to become the greatest, most receptive version of yourself. But most importantly, you just need to have a little faith. Faith that the best is yet to come for you. Faith that the most beautiful days of your life have not yet happened. Faith that you’re already enough just as you are. Because the parts of you someone will someday adore already shine straight from the center of your being, every place that you go with your whole heart. And in the meantime, it’s okay to take your time. It’s okay to prioritize healing. It’s okay to be lonely and exhausted and unsure of when love is ever going to find its way back to your life. Right now you may think that you’re never going to fall in love again. But there was a time when you thought you’d never fall out of it, either. You were wrong then and you can be wrong again. Except this time, being wrong is going to be unexpectedly and unequivocally beautiful.