When You Least Expect It

I couldn’t help but think of the aphorism; “You’ll find love when you least expect it” as I was writing The Power of Being Yourself.


Because it suggests that love often comes into our lives when we are not actively seeking or searching for it. It implies that love has a way of finding us when we are not preoccupied or desperate for it.

If I had a dollar for every time someone has said this to me I’d be a millionaire and it was begrudgingly that I had to admit that there might be some truth to it.

When we are actively searching for love or constantly striving to find a partner, it’s easy to become consumed by our desires and expectations. This can sometimes lead to a sense of desperation, where we may compromise our authenticity or settle for less than what we truly want and need.

I certainly know I’ve been guilty of this.

By “least expecting it,” it means that love tends to come when we are focused on other aspects of our lives, such as learning a new skill, pursuing our passions, or simply enjoying our own company. When we are content and fulfilled within ourselves, we exude a certain confidence and positive energy that can be attractive to others.

Additionally, when we are not actively looking for love, we may be more open to new experiences and connections, because our life is being led by the experiences themselves. We are not burdened by specific expectations or a rigid checklist of qualities we want in a partner. This openness allows us to encounter people naturally and without a predetermined agenda, creating an opportunity for genuine connections to form.

This is not to say that love cannot be found outside of this blueprint, obviously. Love can be found in various ways and at different times in our lives. Some people do find love when they actively seek it, while others stumble upon it unexpectedly.

Despite what route you’re drawn to, the key lies in maintaining authenticity and being true to yourself, whether you are actively searching for love or not. By focusing on personal growth, living authentically, and nurturing genuine connections, you increase your chances of finding fulfilling and authentic relationships, regardless of when or how it happens.


Your Trusted Friend ❤︎

P.S. I’d love to hear how you have created fulfilling and authentic relationships. Please tell me your stories in the comments!

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