Proposing someone!!!

India
February 18, 2011 5:46am CST
For me, it seems to be the toughest thing to do in your life because, if you get a "No" from someone whom you love so much, it can really screw the happiness. My question here is, what are the do's and dont's while proposing someone? For girls, what are the factors that you look for, before accepting any proposal? Please share your thoughts. Thanks!
4 responses
• Philippines
18 Feb 11
When you're courting a girl, be natural and say to her in a gentleman manner. And, make her feel that you love her so much, by saying it in front of her. don't be a stupid person when courting a girl. Show to her, your capability, love, tenderness and care. Don't push yourself to her, if she don't want you. Find another girl, life must go on with you. Take things into proper timing and perspective.
• India
18 Feb 11
Hi FX777222999, Thanks for adding valid tags and taking time in adding your comment to this discussion. You know what, I understand these things but this 'Love' is something that seems to be screwing up my life. I am not someone who 'wants' to be in love or run after some girl, I don't know how it happened and now things are going crazy day by day.
• China
18 Feb 11
hey, I would like to share my ideas for you. although up to now i am single, but i know more about that and i have my thoughts. In my opinion, I do think it is important you two love each other very much. and secondly , your future busband's parents is another important element for me.
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• United States
18 Feb 11
A proposal is not usually something you should do until you and your partner have had the discussion about life and marriage. There are no factors really. Just that you are both on the same page in your goals for your life. If you're afraid of getting a no answer, then you should not be proposing but planning to discuss how each of you feel. I would first feel out the situation and find out if this is something she wants to do on a not so formal level.
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• Philippines
18 Feb 11
I know that surprised proposals are acts of sweetness and a gestures of romance, but personally, I wouldn't want my boyfriend to surprise me with a proposal because he might do it in a moment where I'm not really ready and I fear that my answer will just be dictated by the strong surge of passion and romance at the time of the proposal. If ever, I would like the topic of marriage or engagement to be discussed by the two of us. Both of us would then agree when marriage is best for the both of us.