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My 10 Steps to finding your soul mate

January 16, 2012
By Rogersright BRONZE, Thomasville, North Carolina
Rogersright BRONZE, Thomasville, North Carolina
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Favorite Quote:
"Dealing with backstabbers, there was one thing I learned. They're only powerful when you got your back turned"

1) Being nice to people (no bad attitudes).

2) Keeping an open mind.Its whats on the inside that counts even if this is not the kind of person you would normally give a second look to try.You never know who your passing up when you don't.

3) Being a believer.They say if you believe love you will receive love. Keep a positive attitude and you'll find luck.

4) Knowing what you want and not accepting anything less.

5) Understand how you feel about yourself before you can understand how to feel about someone else.

6) Accepting the fact that no one is perfect not even you and if your looking for that perfect person your never going to find them.

7) Knowing that you cant change anyone however a person is when you meet is how they will always be any NOTHING you say or do will change them.

8)Paying attention to signs. If a person screams cheater they probably are.

9) Actually leaving the house. Your soul mate is not just going to come walking though your front door you have to actually go out and meet new people.

10) Learn from your past it can help you in the future.

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Beefy said...
on Oct. 1 2012 at 10:38 am
Sound advice Roger. This is a topic that grabs my interest too. I married my soulmate. We met when I was 20 whole years out of my teens! If I had had a bit of mentoring as a teenager I might have been single not as long! But then I wouldn't have met the wonderful lady who is now my soulmate and wife. The advice I wish I had been given can be found in "The 10 Steps to finding your soulmate - Guaranteed! (results may vary)!" You can find it at the Amazon Kindle store for 99 cents. Great little e-book though it misses some of your excellent points in this post. Good on you bro (as we say Down Under)  and thanks for reaching out.