It’s easy to find dating tips for women that give mediocre advice, but what about advice that’s realistic? Sometimes searching for Mr. Right is much harder than going to an event stylishly dressed and seemingly available. There is much more to it than that. Not to worry though, in this article I will reveal what those things are.

First of all ladies, you can’t find Mr. Right. Instead you have to become Miss Right! You can only ‘find’ something or someone that you’ve lost. If you never had Mr. Right, than how can you find him? Sounds tricky I know, but it’s practical and factual.

Contrary to popular belief, we attract everyone into our lives. We attract people who are a match for whoever we currently are. Therefore, you can only attract the type of person that could possibly be attracted to you at that time. Therefore, if you’re constantly attracting the kind of person that you don’t want in your life, it’s probably because you’re sending out the vibes that only attract those types of people; instead of the type of people you really want. So it’s like I said earlier, if you want to attract Mr. Right, you have to become Miss Right!

As individuals we are only liable for ourselves. You can’t take a stranger from off the street and make him into our ‘special someone’. However, if you focus on making yourself unique, you’ll have a much better chance of success. You can find your uniqueness by learning to be happy. A man loves a woman who is comfortable in her own skin. This means that she does not ‘need’ a relationship, she simply just ‘wants’ one. She’s decided that she’s ready to share her life with someone that could potentially be a romantic interest.

A relationship is not something that can make you happy, it is merely something that can amplify your happiness. The key is to be happy first. Trying to see happiness through a relationship will not last for very long, and you will be forced to deal with your real issues on delayed happiness. Essentially, learning to love everything about yourself can make this process very easy. If you don’t know what you love about yourself, it will be wise to figure this out prior to inviting someone into your life.

Instead of fantasizing about the idea of finding someone, it would be more beneficial to pretend as if you already have him. You should start planning for the role that he will play in your life. If you attract the right person, he will be able to slip into place un-noticed. (Hence, the importance of being previously happy.)


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Devon Brown’s No B.S. advice has helped numerous single women just like you get out of their own way and discover How To Get A Man. Be sure to grab your FREE COPY of Devon's powerful audio interview entitled "The 7 Self-Sabotaging Behaviors That Keep Women From Finding Mr. Right" now by going to