This week your very own Lady Bandit has had an article published on Huffington Post. She will be a featured writer and will have stories on engagements, proposals, weddings, proposal advance, romance advice, and much more. Here is an except on her article about the Lessons Learned from Gene Simmons’ Proposal:
After 28 years of “dating,” Gene Simmons finally popped the question to his girlfriend, Shannon Tweed. The proposal, which was recently aired on A&E, was definitely lackluster. I mean, Gene Simmons is worth millions, and his proposal was him just simply asking her on the beach. After 28 years, she deserved something better than that. But he isn’t the only one that made a mistake. Here are some lessons learned from their engagement.
Ladies, don’t wait 28 years. Besides the years of infidelity that she put up with, why on earth did she wait 28 years for a man to propose to her? Honestly, if you are over the age of 25 and your man takes more than 2-3 years to propose to you, move on. I know this is controversial advice, but I stand by it. If you are good enough to date, and especially if you are good enough to have his children, you are good enough to marry!
Ladies, don’t pressure your man to propose. This is a rookie mistake. Girls that constantly nag their boyfriends to propose will end up regretting it. Just like Shannon said in the therapist’s office, she wanted Gene to propose but she wanted him to do it because he wanted to. And truthfully, would you really want him to propose for any other reason? It is OK to give subtle hints to let him know that you are ready. Of course, be advised, men rarely catch “subtle hints.” But if you nag and nag him to propose he may leave you or give you what you want and you will feel guilty either way.
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