I distinctly remember a weird occurrence that first happened when I was about 17 years old.
I woke up one day and had lost my rhythm. No, seriously. I could not dance.
Before that day, I would go out with my friends and party all night long dancing up a storm. But for some reason on that day I went to a party and couldn’t find my rhythm.
My best friend noticed this and tried to get me to move better, encouraging me to swivel my hips or something. But it wouldn’t work. It was so strange because I never had that problem before!
This happened again to me later on in life, sometime after I graduated from college and was in the midst of a crisis.
I get it now — I had lost my mojo.
It’s very true that what’s going on in your mind can affect your body — after all, your body is CONTROLLED by your mind.
Losing Your Dating Mojo
There are times in your life when you feel like your dating game is “off.” I’ve been there before. More than likely, it’s because your thought life is off too.
Instead of focusing on your lack of a relationship with someone special, right now it’s time to instead focus on the other areas of your life.
What’s going on with you lady?
You have to get that fixed up before you can get your mojo back.
As for me, I got to the bottom of my issues. It was a lack of self-esteem and self-confidence that kept me sad and unfulfilled.
Nowadays, my mojo is back and I’m shaking my groove thing again, every chance I get.
What will it take to get you back to “yourself?”
Lynn Gilliard is the author of the relationship guide Let Him Chase YOU (available soon) and the eBook Friends With Benefits SUCKS (At Least for Women). She is an in-demand writer and transformational blogger helping people get in touch with their inner greatness.