H-Factor Where Is Your Heart


What is Your Happiness? Love by Lisa Cypers Kamen

By Lisa Cypers Kamen

Everywhere we look, we are bombarded with messages that tell us where and how to find love.  Websites that promise to match us with the perfect partner have become big business.  Internet dating has become commonplace.  Finding the right person to fall in love with is a full-time job for many people.  We are socially conditioned to believe that we can only be truly happy if we have found our soul mate.
 But is happiness dependent on romantic love?  Is it possible to be perfectly happy on our own?  Can we discover our H-Factor without a relationship?  And how many people even consider the possibility of having love and fulfillment without having a love interest to meet that need? Rose
 We get trapped by our own definitions of happiness when we have rigid expectations of what the picture of happiness must look like.  More importantly, we never bother to cultivate a healthy relationship with ourselves first and foremost because we are so busy seeking love on the outside.
When we have fallen deeply in love with ourselves, we become relationship magnets because people love to be around us.  We are balanced, joyful and fulfilled.  Instead of desperately searching for love, we find it within ourselves first.  This brand of love can never be taken away.  From this standpoint, a romantic relationship with another person is simply icing on the cake.  We are happy, whole and complete on our own terms.
Ultimately, we have chosen happiness for ourselves rather than waiting for happiness to happen.  Because we have chosen happiness to begin with, we end up attracting people into our life easily and naturally.  Who doesn’t like to be around a joyful person?
 Happiness is a choice that begins within ourselves.  The formula for finding happiness is quite simple.  Choose to be happy, fall in love with yourself, and relationships will follow.  For more exciting information about H-Factor, visit www.whatisyourhappiness.com.

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