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I had to believe that there is a special someone out there for everyone and it was by being positive and being my best self that I would attract that person, whoever he might be.
When I was 27, between June 2011 and early 2012, I began to dip my toes into dating/love.
In this series, I will share the story of how we met, got attached, and quickly realized that we are meant for each other in this lifetime (and beyond), among other things.
If “soulmates” mean 2 souls having an unexplainable affinity for each other be it mentally, physically, emotionally, or spiritually, then that’s what Ken and I are to each other — soulmates, on all levels. 🙂 I’ve already shared parts of my love journey here and there in my past 5 years of running PE.
I thought I wasn’t getting younger, so it was time to really get out there and meet people, and just be more open to the idea of meeting someone.
I met a massive number of people, and even met a couple of relationship potentials in the process.
It was always either that the guy wasn’t a match or I had some interest but the guy didn’t follow up.They were so insignificant and juvenile that I wouldn’t even regard them as relationships, which was why I would tell others that I had never been in a relationship when people asked me about my romantic history.When I was in university, I liked someone (as I have written in my moving on series, regarding G).While I never gave their opinions second thought, I believe their staunch views subconsciously made me devalue my desire to be with someone.I had a couple of relationships when I was in secondary school, but they were very short-term — each lasting no more than a couple of weeks.
So many of you have been asking me, since I got attached (and subsequently engaged), how I got to know my then-boyfriend and now-fiance, Ken Soh.