After many years of providing relationship advice I realized that one of the biggest challenges most single people face is actually searching for and finding the right person to date. So I decided to write down my strategy for finding love which relies on logic rather than emotion.
Within all relationships we run the gamut of emotions including being happy, sad, angry and countless other feelings. As a result we form an opinion about the nature of our relationship based on those feelings.
In other words, we feel and then we think about how we feel but we rarely separate the two. In many cases the only time we think about love is in retrospect or when we feel our relationship is being challenged. Once we feel the relationship is coming to an end our rational mind kicks in to help us cope with the change, but why wait until something goes wrong to start thinking?
With the strategy used in How I Bagged My Husband you can track the progress of your relationship on a monthly basis. Whether you are aware of it or not when you meet someone you enter into a relationship with a distinct purpose in mind. You may be looking for someone that's fun, no pressure, no commitment or you may be searching for someone to settle down with.
Most of the time we approach these relationships in the same way, hopeful that things work out but with no established goals. However if you are seeking a successful long term relationship then How I Bagged My Husband will help you make the right choices.
Unlike other love books, How I Bagged My Husband will challenge you to:
1. Find out what type of person and relationship is right for you.
2. Create a timeline for when you want to achieve the relationship you desire.
3. Implement your relationship plan while making adjustments as needed.
You will learn how to manage your emotions in order to become a more balanced person and develop the love life you want. The strategy outlined in How I Bagged My Husband was the roadmap I used to secure my wonderful husband and I am confident it can do the same for you.