Our attractions should lead us to someone who wants to date us back. Then, and only then, is a relationship formed. But what if our attractions lead us to people who never seem to like us back. Like I’ve discussed in my earlier posts, we can always work on improving us, and therefore, grab the attention of that person we like. Yet, I’ve also said we all (married and single) have issues…we will never be perfect. SO…we can’t always just blame our singleness on the fact that we’re not fully “improved” yet.
Which brings me back to my original point: Our attractions need to lead us to someone who likes us back in order to form a relationship.
You can find Part 1 of why your attractions lead you astray here, which I explain is because many of them are rooted in fear. Part 2 is about your attractions being rooted in insecurity.