Follow These Ten Ways to Love

It has been said by many a guru that if you want to become successful in your life then you must follow these 10 Ways to Love. You can find out more about them by searching the internet.

The first step is to understand. Some of us don’t really understand what love is all about. We know what love is but do not know how to explain it.

It is about unconditional love. It is a state of mind, where we are so totally in love with another person that we make the person happy. It’s so nice to have another person to share our joys and sorrows with. If we don’t love another human being then we will suffer and will feel unworthy.

The second step is to give. When you are in love it is important that you try to help someone else. Whether you are a teacher or a friend or someone who is poor or someone who is rich, when you help someone you get a sense of worthiness and the feeling of love returns.

Try not to be selfish at all. Give to others to show them that you are loving.

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The third step is to appreciate what you have and love what you have. You need to appreciate the wonderful things in your life rather than constantly be trying to earn more money and possessions.

The fourth step is to do all that you can to make someone else happy. Do not try to make yourself happy but rather try to make the other person happy.

The fifth step is to always try to be loved by everyone, rather than by just one person. If we do this we will be in a position to develop a feeling of love for each and every person. When we are in love we are also in a position to listen to and share our feelings with all who come across us.


Oliver James trained and practised as a clinical child psychologist and, since 1988, has worked as a writer, journalist, broadcaster, and television documentary producer and presenter. His books include the best-selling Affluenza, They F*** You Up and Britain on the Couch, which was also a successful documentary series for Channel 4. He is a trustee of the Alzheimer’s charity, SPECAL and lives in Oxfordshire with his wife and two small children.