Spring (and Love) Is in the Air: 5 Ways to Achieve More Confidence in Our Relationships

Available for Interviews:  Julie DeLucca-Collins

Julie DeLucca-Collins shows people how to create simple habits and go from overwhelm to self-doubt to having more peace, purpose, power,  passion, and prosperity. She is the author of Confident You: Simple Habits to Live the Life You Have Imagined.

What Julie DeLucca-Collins can say in an interview on
Achieving Confidence in Love:

As we slowly but surely begin to put the pandemic behind us, meeting new people and seeking love in our lives can become a priority again.

Every person who has failed relationships eventually loses confidence in love from time to time. Before allowing a feeling of bitterness to set in, it is important to remember any relationship worth having is worth investing the time to find and develop. It is important to remember key skills and attitudes to have in order to feel confident in love.

  1. Learn self-acceptance and know what you are looking for. Most women (and some men) tend to have an inner critic that speaks loudly. Many look for love in order to feel better and accepted. It is important to realize that loving yourself is key to feeling confident. When you love yourself, you are also going to attract others who see your value and cherish it. Be okay with “dating” yourself.
  2. Accept Rejection. Many of us view failure and rejection as a negative. On the contrary, rejection and failed relationships are lessons that can teach us valuable lessons about ourselves and others. These lessons can be an anchor to help us evolve and work on areas of growth for ourselves.
  3. Know what you want to experience in a relationship and what you don’t. Prior to dating and putting yourself out there, get clear on what you expect of a love partner. What values, and ideals are important to you. Test what you want by also dating people who may not be who you would normally date. Step out of your comfort zone and be open to the idea that opposites attract. You may find that someone with different interests can help to expand your horizons and view of the world. Never compromise your values but be open to enjoying new experiences and people. This will help you solidify your confidence.
  4. Have a litmus test for yourself. See yourself and new love relationships in an objective and honest way. Don’t feel being in a relationship will fix you or your life. Many times we want to accommodate and compromise to make a relationship work past its expiration date. Never try to convince someone else that they should treat you better. Treat yourself better by moving on.
  5. Love your own company. The more that you fixate on being with someone, the more you will feel compelled to the people who in the long run are not right for you. Be okay with being alone, date yourself—take yourself out for a nice meal. Being alone does not mean being lonely. The more that you enjoy single-hood the more likely you will be at feeling confident in love. Once you are confident, you will attract the person who is the same.  Like attracts like. When you love yourself and treat yourself well, you will attract a partner who loves you and treats you well too.


Interview: Julie DeLucca-Collins

Julie DeLucca-Collins is a coach who helps individuals and businesses identify their dreams and create a road map to get there. She helps people navigate through the real or perceived obstacles in the way. Clients gain new confidence to take bigger leaps. She recently released her new book,  Confident You: Simple Habits to Live the Life You Have Imagined. For more information visit: www.goconfidentlycoaching.com/


Jo Allison
Managing Editor
Director of Public Relations
Success In Media, Inc.

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