As I began to write this blog, I assumed that many of you had already “popped” the question. Boy was I wrong.
Since beginning this blog I have been bombarded with guys asking me about how to propose? Should I propose? Is she the one? How do I have a happy marriage?
I have to be frank with you, I really don’t know. I was married in 2000 on a cold December night and got divorced just shy of our 9th year anniversary. I have to be honest with you; I didn’t take the time to read up about how to be a good husband. I was so busy creating one restaurant after another and handling one wedding after another, that I didn’t know mine was not working until it was too late.
I’ve spilled my guts to you because it is important that you know if your Bride to be is “the one”. You owe it to yourself to understand how to balance a healthy, loving relationship with your Bride while pursuing your career or business.
It really won’t matter how good your Groom’s to do list is, or this blog for that matter if your mind and heart is not in the game.
I had no desire to start doing research on this, because of my schedule and the fact that it would only make me realize my failure in my own marriage. However, I started to understand just how little a soon to be Groom understands what he is about to embark on.
So I began to research and review items on the web designed for the Groom. I’ve been amazed at how little there is for you guys and how much it is about the Bride.
I have reviewed almost 20 eBooks, manuals, and self-help books in the last few months. The program I have found extremely helpful has been developed by a man named Michael Webb. He is an author, a public speaker and a consultant in the field of love and relationships.
I wanted to spend a minute of two and give you my unbiased review of his material. I found it helpful because he has packaged a book collection that starts with how to propose’ How to save Time and Money planning your Honeymoon; How to know She’s the ONE; The Newlywed’s Guide to a Happy Marriage.Click here to go to Michael Webb’s Official site:
I was amazed and exhilarated to find someone taking time to address issues that soon to be married guys go through.
I just want to give you a quick unbiased report of my findings.
This is Mr.Webb’s “Title” book. Creative, fun and interesting. Let’s face it, one of the biggest problems you face, when planning to pop the question, is finding a unique, creative and romantic way to do it.
First of all, the book contains 101 stories in total. After reading just the first fifteen stories, I knew this is exactly what men need to make their proposal exceptional. I found myself leaning back in my chair, saying, “wow,” after reading many of the stories.
So does “The Romantic’s Guide to Popping the Question” really provide you with quality stories, ideas and inspiration for an unforgettable marriage proposal? It does with some Pro’s and Con’s.
- Mr. Webb has some unorthodox methods of proposing. Could be I’m old or I’ve been down that road, however you might find some of the stories not applicable.
- It makes other stories of proposals, even half decent ones look TERRIBLE. That might not be a bad thing, but it could if others hear how you proposed.
- There are many creative proposal stories to give you a good idea on what would work for you.
- Creative proposal based around your religious faith, which is nice to see in this day and age.
- Some of the WORST marriage proposals that will have you laughing your guts out! So much so, you will share with your friends.
- Easy reading, easy to follow and inexpensive.
- The extra bonuses that Mr. Webb throws in to make the deal sweet.
You can learn more about the books by clicking here.
Out of all the blogs, I hope you find this one most helpful. Put this on your Groom’s To do list. Review the enclosed information, receive your bonuses and know that this is not a scam.
Until the next blog.