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How to BELIEVE You're Worthy of Love

Posted by Matthew, 27 Feb

You see the popular person at the center of the party. Or maybe just your friends, letting loose and holding court with ease. Yet, you’re standing alone. “It’s hopeless,” you think. “I’m just not the sort of person that people pay attention to.”

Over the last decade of speaking to women about their love lives, I’ve been deeply shocked and saddened by how many people see themselves fundamentally as low-value. Women whose self-esteem has been eroded by parents, by mean kids or teenagers at school, by relationships with men who gradually made them feel insecure and worthless.

That’s why I know 100% there is nothing, nothing more important for your love life than truly, at the deepest level, having love and respect for yourself. And when you learn to honestly value what you have to offer, and tap into your own unique, passionate energy, the ability to get yourself noticed (romantically or otherwise) is easier than you could ever imagine.

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Matthew Hussey is a renowned dating expert and author. His latest dating book Get The Guy is a New York Times bestseller. He's the go-to relationship expert for Rachael Ray, Katie Couric, Ryan Seacrest, Meredith Vieira and many others. And he's a relationship columnist for Cosmopolitan magazine and the resident love expert for "The Today Show." Here he shares his proven strategies to get a man to do anything you want, from tirelessly pursuing you to treating you like a goddess to committing to you for life.

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  1.   AvalonMist says:
    Posted: 17 Apr

    I tell myself that I am worthy of love. It's difficult at times especially when you were told differently in a bad marriage. I want a man to look at me like my best friend looks at his girl. There are so many levels of love that I have experienced but at 47 I don't know what it feels like to be in love. I know every man is different and they aren't all like my ex husband but it's in the back of my mind and it scares the hell out of me. This is my first step to believe that that special someone is out there for me.

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