Should He Have Already Proposed?
A friend of mine named Rebecca is getting married. She's 27 and they (she and her fiancÚ) have been together for several years.
She posted the most adorable pictures of her proposal!
They've been living together for a long time. But extremely busy, including traveling several times a month for work - regularly.
I'm sooo happy for her (and I am looking forward to getting my invitation).
This marriage was not my doing. But a lot of other marriages are!
My job (I take it very seriously) is to provide you with the best advice, but my advice is NOT for everyone.
My advice IS for people who think for themselves...
... who are independent. ...who don't like to waste precious time... my readers are smart and busy.
You see, what I have learned is, my advice works for people who have a lot in common with me.
That's what I've learned from writing to you - that we all are a LOT more alike than we are different.
That's what amazes me about other things I read that are so insulting and condescending to women.
For one thing, these clueless writers assume that every woman feels she has to have a husband or boyfriend to be complete.
That just is not true. A husband is more like icing on the cake of life.
Do we want icing? Yes. It's good. Very good.
Now let me tell you about one of the most married people I know - and that is Ginie Sayles.
Our lives have had strikingly similar paths (such as majoring in speech, being school teachers for a time, trading stocks
for a time). And yet we are also VERY different in many respects too. But we are both a lot like you.
We're very private people in our own way. And we respect each other's work greatly.
I've had many "WOW" moments with Ginie's work. I treasure these moments and I do not reveal what they are - so you can experience
I love her work. There are precious few people who tell it like it is the way she does. For example:
Ginie tells us that in your relationship, there is a period of time where it is the Prime Time for a proposal
The question is this:
Has the moment passed?
I'm talking about striking when the iron is hot.
There is a surge of enthusiasm when a man is crazy about you.
When that moment passes - it may be too late to ever marry him.
Or it may not be the same.
Don't wait until the glow is long gone.
Marry him when your love is at its height.
When the smiles are evidence of how you feel about each other.
Don't second-guess yourself. Don't settle.
If you do that, you lose your special-ness in his eyes. Because you're not treating yourself as the special and deserving
woman that you are.
It doesn't have to take years to know if this is right.
That's the advice of world-famous Ginie Sayles on marriage.
She met and married the love of her life - who ADORES her - and she went about this in a smart way.
"We plan everything else in life," says Ginie. "Why shouldn't we plan our love lives?"
Find out more - for those who truly want to marry. Because marriage is beautiful!
How To Get Married Quickly
"Without Ginie Sayles, I Would Probably Still Be Single."
"I have been happily married for fourteen years to an airline pilot and great guy. Without her advice, I would probably still
be single. Take her advice! It works!"
How To Get Married Quickly
Have a great day, and keep your Flirt on!
Author of Hard To Get: The Timeless Art of Conquering His Heart!
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