How to Reframe Negative Thoughts About Being Single

Practice Morning Meditation

Starting your day with meditation can filter out your negative thoughts and fill you will love and open-heartedness. To take things further, incorporate a Rose Quartz crystal into your morning meditation. Hold the crystal in your hand or place it around the heart area while meditating to channel more positivity into your love life.

Use Positive Affirmations

When you are single, you need something to remind you that you deserve love and happiness. That is what positive affirmations do. Examples of affirmations you can use each morning include, “I can attract good things into my life, including relationships”, “I let go of my past love, my heart is ready to love again”, or ” I am proud of my sexuality, and I won’t feel ashamed for being my authentic (sexual) self.

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