A Quick Tip…
What’s her favorite color, her favorite food, song, movie…? The list of things you want to make sure you know about her is endless.
However, the one thing I can bet you won’t get right is… When is Valentine’s Day?
Wait, did you say February 14?
Yep, you sure did. But why would you even begin to believe that you got it right? Could it be possible that that’s one (just one) of the reasons why your relationship has headed south and it doesn’t want you to follow? Let’s try once more, only this time be serious—give it a bit of thought (for your own sake)… When is Valentine’s Day?
Hey now, there you go, see I knew you’d get it right the second time, knowing “your own stake” had been put on the line. Of course, in her mind, every day should be Valentine’s day. That’s why you can always find flowers and an assortment of chocolates in every supermarket and department store… To remind you!
So now that that’s been cleared up, what are you waiting for? Why are you still here reading this (not that I don’t want you to keep reading)? You do want back in her heart—Don’t You? OK, so you don’t have to run off to get her choc or a flower bouquet but believe me as soon as you have an extra 5 in your wallet be sure that’s how you invest it.
Women are complicated…
This is common knowledge. In my 41+ years of marriage(ah huh, to the same girl), if there’s one thing I’ve come to decipher is that they just love their chocolate and can’t resist a surprise flower gift (even a single rose—or whatever her favorite flower may be will suffice).
Other than for my 4+ decades in a single marriage I make no claim of being a relationships expert. So I’ll leave the judging of my advice to you. Like I mentioned earlier “it’s your own sake that’s on the line”.
I will say this, though, if there’s still room in her heart for you there’s not a minute to be wasted.
You do want to keep in mind that although the flower(s) and chocs might be a “trailer pass” (meaning a short preview, just in case you didn’t get it) back into her life, the keywords that will seal the deal are “Confidence & Trust”. No matter how much (many) women like and want to hear sweet talk… They want to know that their “man” is confident and trustworthy.
With that thought in mind, make sure that your approach before, during and after portray you as “her” confident and trustworthy guy and not just some hopeful, wishy-washy, wannabe lover-boy that can’t deal with the loss of his sweetheart.
Armed and Ready
Now you are armed and ready… go make the kill —Not Literally. Show her that you care, that you do remember those important dates—especially Valentine’s Day, that you love her, that you miss her (remember, no wishy-washy stuff), and show her that you ARE “her” confident guy and one she can trust. Go do your thing… Don’t forget to come back and let me know how it goes.
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