No, no, it’s not the right place! How to propose marriage to a man or a guy … I have already begun to have a nervous itch. I can’t imagine a girl proposing to a guy. Or that a woman proposes to a man. A woman can propose to a man in one single case, namely: when she is absolutely sure that he himself does not talk to her about marriage just because he is afraid to hear a categorical “No” from her.To propose or not to propose?
Cute girl! Yes, yes, you! Who decided to propose to her beloved man. Here and now. Finally and without further ado. Has it ever occurred to you at all that this man (who, as I understand it, is much older than you) has not waved at you until now for one single reason? Namely — because you have never even peeped about how desperately you want him to propose to you? When a man really has the intention of marrying a girl who is much younger than him, he does not hesitate too long. And the proposal of his hand, and at the same time the heart, the young lady receives from this man very, very quickly.
The same situation is with a woman. Since a man does not propose to her, it means that he is not at all going to legitimize his relationship with her — at least in this segment of his life. So simple. How else? Or does someone seriously believe that excessive shyness prevents a man from making a marriage proposal?
Lovely girls in love — women comrades — ladies! Instead of perplexing yourself with the question of how to propose to your beloved man, it is better to think about something else at your leisure. Namely: how to provoke this man himself to propose to you? I repeat. If a man does not talk to you about the wedding, this means one of three things: either he is not sure that you love him, or he is not thinking about family life yet, or he is not going to marry you at all. And what to do? In any case, do not make him an offer of marriage yourself!
A man, as a rule, always needs a little push, and your declaration (or semi-confession) of love can perfectly become such a push. “I am glad that we are together”, “I would not want us to ever part” … Say such neutral phrases as if by the way. Be sure: a man will hear them very well, and will understand very well what exactly you are trying to tell him. Well, then — just watch his reaction. Perhaps a man will make an offer of marriage to you instantly (as it was with me). He may need some time to more clearly define his feelings for you. But perhaps — and you need to prepare yourself for this — he will soon end your relationship. The most important thing here is to remain honest with yourself, and clearly determine for yourself in advance how many months or years of your life you are ready to throw away waiting.
Be that as it may, a woman cannot offer a man to marry herself, this is not accepted. And it is not accepted, first of all, in the world of men themselves. A man proposes to marry! And a woman (girl) accepts it (or does not accept it) — this is how she decides to dispose of her Destiny.What if you really want to?
Do you disagree with what I’m saying? Are you still patiently waiting for an answer to the question, how best can you propose to your man? Are you more than ever sure that a woman can make a marriage proposal — and a man can decide whether to give this woman the honor of accepting her proposal? Well, a position that is completely alien to me (I confess!), Which, nevertheless, “has quite the right to exist” (so, it seems, they usually say?) And what, in fact, is the difficulty? “I love you very much. Would you like to be my husband?” That’s all. The offer has been made. And whether you get the hand and heart of your man in return — that’s as he wants.
Well, for that girl who is not going to propose to her boyfriend to marry her, as well as for that woman who will never make the same proposal to her man, I will repeat myself. As soon as a man decides to propose to you, he will make it. Even if he, a man, lives on the other side of the planet. Even if he doesn’t know a word of your language. The same applies to the guy. Just allow yourself the luxury of being proud—and wait for that moment.