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9 Things He REALLY REALLY Needs to Marry You (VIDEO 6)
Author: Gayla Wick
9 Things He REALLY REALLY Needs to Marry You (VIDEO 6)

From the desk of the Denver Love Coach, Gayla Wick

I don’t know about you, but I know I don’t want to be the last priority on my husband’s list. I know how it feels to be ignored and have my thoughts and feelings consistently disregarded. Most of us have probably experienced this in a relationship with someone we cared deeply about. Look, it’s easy to get caught up in life’s daily tasks and forget that our love relationship/marriage is a priority. In my book, The Art of Attracting Authentic Love, on page 189 is a friendly reminder quote: “Passion has the fragility of a delicate flower; if neglected, it will die.” When a person in the midst of a new relationship forgets about this next trait, their future relationship possibilities are at risk.

Here’s the video link for VIDEO 6 in my new series: 9 Things He REALLY, REALLY Needs to Marry You.

Trait number 6: He’s Important to you

Does he know how valued he is by you or are you making assumptions? You’ve probably heard stories about the man who says, “She should know I love her, I’m still here aren’t I?” Your mate, present or future needs to hear, know and believe they are important to you. No assumptions please. If you want him to ask you to marry him, he needs to feel like he’s a priority in your life. While I’m all for some time alone and maintaining your pre-relationship friendships when appropriate, if you are filling your calendar with activities that don’t include him, you are risking the future of your relationship. He’s not a meal ticket, a distraction or a just good catch. If he’s the love of your life, then your relationship has to be your priority.

The popular Bruno Mars song, When I Was Your Man says it all: “I should’ve bought you flowers, and held your hand, should’ve gave you all my hours…when I was your man….now my baby’s dancing with another man.” This is what both partners in the relationship need to know. Modern marriage is a two-way street. It takes both people to nurture and sustain a fulfilling, deliciously happy long-term relationship. Yes, there will be detours and bumps along the way. Making each other and your relationship a priority is vital to sustaining long–term happiness as a couple. Consistently putting your mate last is a recipe for problems that may not be repairable.

If you missed any of the articles and videos, you can click the links at the end of this article to catch up. We are now at week 6 weeks into this 9 part series so be sure to tune in each week and send this link to your single friends and family members so they can sign up for the series on my home page – sign-up tab.

Bonus Tip: Consistently showing him that he is important to you is the best insurance against cheating. P.S. Be sure to watch Video 9 when it is released to find out what else you need to “cheat proof” your relationship.

Would you like to be more prepared to attract a healthy love relationship? If so contact me right away. We’ll schedule a 15 minute complimentary telephone consultation - New Group Love Coaching classes starting soon. Don’t miss this opportunity to find your authentic love connection.

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Gayla Wick, Denver Love Coach and author of The Art of Attracting Authentic Love (A Transformational Four-Step Process) shows women how to go from frustrated and disappointed to attracting an authentic love match with confidence and clarity. Connect with her and get her free Top Ten Reasons Women are Still Single at



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