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Attachment happens when we try to control too much, when we force things to happen, when we manipulate (negatively), cajole, criticize or create drama.
All these activities really work against or prevent the goal we really want from happening.
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We can drive ourselves crazy when we think “What if this? Appearing not so happy is certainly not attractive.
Detaching is when you tell yourself “Even though I seem to really like this person, we’ve only had a few dates and we don’t really know each other yet.” Detaching is telling yourself after one date, “They seemed pretty nice, and I hope they’ll call (like they said), but if they don’t, it’s probably for the best.” Detaching is recognizing that there is very little that is perfect in life.Another method of practicing detachment is to let go of, or replace, worrying.As Eckhart Tolle (in his book, “The Power of Now”) reminds us: “Worrying is the projection of negative outcomes into the future, but has no basis in fact or reality.” In other words, worrying is futile, creates anxiety, and is a waste of time and emotional energy. By being very consciously aware in the present moment (e.g., looking at the time on your watch or phone) and telling yourself “I refuse to worry about this in this moment, I’ll concentrate on solutions, not on the problem.” The opposite of detachment is attachment. First you have to find someone with whom you share a mutual attraction, then you have to make sure that you want the same thing in terms of commitment. As a result, many have turned to online dating sites. As the saying goes: “Men are afraid women will laugh at them.When someone says online dating, one of the first sites that comes to mind is Ok Cupid.
There is no perfect person, no perfect relationship, job, house or city.