I am not disputing that women can or do propose to men. I am explaining why I believe women should not propose to men. Aside from the biblical/Christian standpoint, with which I agree and teach in my premarital courses, there are three simple reasons why I believe that a woman should never propose to a man.
There is a new trend amongst millennial couples that will give them the wedding of their dreams at a low cost. The pop-up wedding, planned and executed by luxury group pop-up wedding planning brand PopBliss by R. Kristi Modern Hospitality, is a great alternative to the months-long or even years-long process of wedding planning.
It’s that time of year when people are going crazy about overpriced flowers, candy, and gifts. It’s also that time of year that [some] women are overly excited about the romance and attention that they are receiving that they may or may not have received since February 15th of the previous year.
Growing up with two sisters (my BFFs!), I watched my mother do what many mothers around the world do – be everything to everyone all the time. I recall my mother once saying to us “I am a full-time student, full-time worker, full-time mother, and full-time wife.”
When a woman gets engaged, one of the questions she will likely be asked is “how did you know he was the one?” It is a valid question but it’s probably one that should be asked long before getting engaged. Much like getting engaged, deciding to be in a committed relationship is a step that should not be entered into lightly.