Congratulations! Nowadays people wants to live together without a real commitment, but being honest a big percent of women still consider marriage as The Big Step, something that they want to live, and just like in the movies they want their man to do it properly, on his knees and they want to cry in the moment he brings out the ring and pop the question:
Will You Marry Me?
I’d like to think that if you’re considering doing this it is because the answer has a big possibility to be: Yes.
I mean, you’re not going to propose that girl behind the cafeteria counter that you see daily but doesn’t even is your girlfriend, right?
(Even in a last longing relationship the answer might be No, so… I think you’d like to go for a Yes.)You might interest: How To Achieve A Long Lasting Relationship.
When I was going to propose I researched a lot about it: How to do it? What to say? How to make it special? And I ended up with this 3 conclusions I’m about to share with you:
Be Original. Call it “The Surprise Factor”, she wants you to propose her when she least expect it. If you suddenly start talking in the middle of a dinner with her family you’re screwing the surprise factor, everybody will know what’s going to happen even before you bring out the ring.
Don’t propose her on birthdays, instead: an anniversary or (even better) a day that she has no idea of your plans.
Show that you made a great effort.
A friend of mine prepared a super cool thing: his girl was at the movies with some friends and when they were getting out there was like 20 boys and girls dancing in the middle of the hall, she and her friends were like “what is this?”, suddenly he appeared and started dancing too.
That’s the Surprise Factor! She was like “what are you doing here?” and one of the dancers give him the ring. The rest… well, they’re married now.
So show her you also consider it a super special occasion, if you drive her home like every day and while you’re inside the car you say “you know what? Let’s marry” You deserve a No sir. Make an effort, prepare something that she’ll be proud to tell her family, her friends and her sons.
Prepare a little speech, don’t memorize it like a parrot, just a little guide, put your ideas on paper and when the moment comes look her in the eyes and explain her why you want to be with her forever, why you think you’re meant to be together? Say it from your hearth; don’t steal it from a movie.
The fact of being on your knees will add that “movie scene” feeling to the moment.
I have one more advice for you:
What if the answer is No?
What I would do… is to leave it there, you can’t convince someone to spend her life with you, if she’s not sure or she thinks is not a good idea or whatever the excuse is, I don’t know, I mean, you can try it again in the future but, I’m more like… well I’d be angry for that answer, being honest I would say something like “Ok, when you feel you’re ready for this let me know, I just hope it’s not too late then, take care”.
But hey, we’re looking for a Yes, right? Focus on that, prepare the big event, be nervous, it’s normal and she loves to see us almost shaking with a ring in our hands, pop the question and I’m pretty sure she’ll be wearing a ring soon. Best wishes.
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