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So youâve met the man of your dreams. Your heart sings, your pulse races, you walk around all moony-eyed and have trouble thinking about anything but him. You want to tell him that you love him, and that you think that heâs The One, but you donât want to seem clingy â or worse, scare him off.
Weâve all heard horror stories about one partner telling the other that they love them and then getting the âthanks, but no thanksâ response.
Maybe youâve experienced it yourself, adding to your fears. So how do you tell him that you love him without coming off like a creepy stalker?
1) Choose the right place and the right time.
Think hard about when and where you want to tell him. If youâre worried that he wonât respond with enthusiasm, it helps to be prepared. Maybe youâd like to tell him on the anniversary of when you met, or at the place you first kissed, or over dinner at your favorite restaurant. Set the stage for romance and heâll respond more positively.
2) Make it romantic.
Candlelight and music work on men just as well as they work on women. Wear something that you know he likes to see you in, ply him with his favorite meal, and get him in a romantic mood.
3) Make sure you can back it up.
Before you blurt out âI love you,â tell him what you appreciate about him. Compliment him and tell him what it is about him that you really like. Tell him how wonderful he makes you feel when youâre together and why you value your relationship. Be sincere, and be specific. Let him know that you value him for the many things that make him unique and special.
4) Consider the type of person he is.
If heâs a fun-loving, casual type, setting up a full-scale romantic assault may actually make him feel more nervous than passionate. He might respond better if you slip âI love youâ into a conversation over a picnic lunch, or while laughing at one of your favorite movies.
By the time you get to expressing your love, you should know him pretty well â so pick a time and a place that will be most comfortable for him.
5) Share it, donât demand it.
You want to tell him how you feel, not blackmail him into saying it back. He may not be ready to say it yet, and if he feels pressured heâll resent you for it. And no matter what you do, never blurt it out as part of an argument. Screeching, âBut I love you!â isnât romantic, itâs disturbing and selfish.
6) Take the cowardâs way out.
If you canât bring yourself to flat-out say âI love you,â try a less pressure-filled way of saying the same thing. âI love having your arms around me,â âI love how you look in that shirtâ and âI really love the way your eyes twinkle when you smileâ are smaller declarations and a good way to gauge his feelings.
7) Donât say it while under the influence.
A glass of wine may give you the courage to say those three little words, but several glasses of wine will just make you sloppy and silly. Besides, think of the message youâre sending him if it looks like you had to get drunk to tell him you love him! Do it while sober, so both of you know that you mean exactly what you say.
8) Be prepared for the worst.
No matter how much you fantasize about him saying âI love youâ back, Donât place all your hopes on it. He may not be ready. Worse, he may not feel the same way about you. Saying âI love youâ should be a gift from you to him, not a demand to reciprocate â and if you pin all your hopes on him responding in exactly the way youâve imagined, you may very well be disappointed.
Have a back-up plan in place in case he doesnât return your feelings â know in advance that you may end up crying into your pillow or sitting up late with a girlfriend grousing about your broken heart. If he says âI love you back,â thatâs great. But if he doesnât, itâll go better fo you if youâve already prepared yourself for that possibility.
Above all, remember that saying âI love youâ doesnât really change anything. While it may be the ending to every romantic movie, exchanging those words doesnât mean happily ever after.. It just means that youâre moving into a slightly different phase of your relationship â thereâs still a lot to share with each other, and who knows what joys and challenges lie ahead?
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It all looked so easy in the situation comedies we grew up watching, whether it was âLeave it to Beaver,â âThe Brady Bunchâ or âFamily Ties.â Women took care of the family and men took care of the money. Maybe, now and then, Mom would save up some money from the grocery allowance to buy herself a new hat, but the bills, the credit cards, the mortgage and everything else were Dadâs dominion.
But itâs a new world we live in, with women working full-time and taking care of their families, too, getting their own credit cards and paying their own way. But not everyone is good with money â and as more women take on credit card debt they canât manage, more of them are also having to visit debt counselors and file for bankruptcy.
If youâve married a woman with mounting debt, you may be torn as to what to do about it. On the one hand, you donât want to put your foot down and act like youâre the big man in charge. But, on the other hand, debt affects you, your credit rating, and your familyâs future. Whatâs the best way to handle a spouse with debt problems?
1) Look for problems early, and nip them in the bud.
Maybe you didn;t notice that she had money problems before you were married, but you should certainly be able to spot them once youâre living together. Spending might be a problem â does she have a lot of credit cards, and does she do a lot of shopping with them? This is a major red flag. Other things that can lead to financial disaster are medical bills or car repairs, or if sheâs simply not bringing enough money into the relationship.
2) Donât give in to societal pressure.
Many women are concerned with âkeeping up with the Jonesesâ â having a gorgeous house, new furniture, a late-model car and all the other accouterments of success. Many couples live beyond their means because they want to give the impression of success, but itâs a sure-fire way to end up in debt.
3) Donât be afraid to talk about money.
Many couples pool their money into one checking account, co-sign each otherâs credit card applications and put their spouseâs name on the mortgage without ever bothering to talk about what it all means. If she knows that the debt problems are her fault, she may be hesitant to discuss it â and you donât want to make her feel bad. But if there are problems, you both need to deal with them head-on, as a team.
4) If necessary, talk to a debt counselor.
Credit counselors offer low-cost, non-judgmental advice, and you can even talk to them over the phone if you feel embarrasses about meeting them face-to-face. Many credit counseling agencies offering a sliding fee scale, and charge just $5 or $10 a month for their service.
If youâre feeling overwhelmed, this may be your best solution â especially if money troubles are causing you and your wife to argue incessantly over finances. Credit counselors see people in bad financial straits all the times, and their job is to help you work out your problems. You have nothing to lose by talking to a counselor, and everything to gain.
5) Make her take responsibility for her spending.
Sit down together with a pad of paper and a pencil, and look at where your money goes each month. Start with your income, then subtract what you spend on utilities, groceries, insurance, rent, gas for your car and other expenses. She may not actually know how little money is left over after all the essentials are taken care of.
Try a software program like Quicken and have her track her money by logging every expense, from her afternoon latte to those new shoes she just âhadâ to have. When she sees the evidence of her debt in black and white, she wonât be able to pretend that itâs not a problem.
6) Set goals together to pay down debt.
If sheâs paying the minimum on her credit cards each month, sheâs accumulating more debt rather than decreasing it because of the hefty interest. Make it a goal to pay more than the minimum and get out from under at least one credit card, and set a realistic goal as yo when youâll do it.
Then cut up all of the store credit cards â if she doesnât have the cash, then she canât buy it. If sheâs addicted to shopping, sheâll find this difficult, but itâs the only way to get out of debt.
7) Think twice before filing for bankruptcy.
It may sound like an appealing way out of debt â file for bankruptcy and have your debts erased. But in many cases youâll still have to pay off the debts, usually in three to five years.
And a bankruptcy filing will remain on your credit report for up to 10 years, even if youâve cleared all of your debt well before then, and can affect your ability to get jobs, insurance or future loans. It should only be considered a last resort.
The best way to deal with your wifeâs debt is to talk about it and make a plan for the future. Dealing with money problems is never easy, but marriage is about teamwork â which means both of you have to take responsibility for your finances.
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