It's not easy to achieve, but it begins with taking the time to accept our true selves.
If I may offer some unsolicited advice: I hope you take the time to really get to know yourself.
Marriage is a matter for the law, for rules and courts and property rights.
In the past, the marriage price, or dowry, and in the present, alimony and the pre-nuptial agreement, make it clear that marriage is all about contracts.
I think its bad when people try to make it out as something mystical, that just leaves people who are already unloved feeling worse.
But love does not threaten to withhold itself if it doesn't get what it wants. This is the true nature of love, and love itself can not be manipulated or restrained. He confided in me later that, on his mind that day was, should I be doing this again? It's true of all wedding days, whether the couple knows it or not. You will know if the love is authentic if you find yourself performing actions for him out of love, out of caring for him, out of because you want to please him. You'll know when what you did for him, shine his shoes, he reciprocated, iron your dress. Good or bad doesn't matter, that just comes with the territory. The experience happens when you are solid in your commitment to one another.
Attractive Women, especially like romance, because they automatically attract it without any effort. I don't agree word for word with what the article says, but I think the love this article is referring to is not necessarily romantic love.
For those of us that will live and die unloved -- we don't want to hear about your fairy tail. True love can only be found when we realize that we don't need anyone to love us to feel worthy and to justify our existence.
Similarly, we can stage a seduction or mount a courtship, but the result is more likely to be infatuation, or two illusions dancing together, than love. You can invite love, but you cannot dictate how, when, and where love expresses itself.
You can choose to surrender to love or not, but in the end, love strikes like lightning: unpredictable and irrefutable.
Love has no territory, no borders, no quantifiable mass or energy output.