Top 10 Promises Men Make To Their Future Wives Without Realizing It

Top 10 Promises Men Make To Their Future Wives Without Realizing It 

8.) Concern for your health – Though too much coddling is bad for any relationship, only men who value your wellbeing and see a future with you will be overly concerned with your health. Men tend to be a little oblivious to women’s health concerns, so if your guy has questions or takes the time to make sure you’re comfortable when feeling under the weather, it’s because he loves you and wants to keep you healthy and happy for the long haul.

9.) Forming relationships with your family – Many women report that their husbands spent a lot of time with their relatives just prior to popping the question. This is because marriages are essentially the joining of two families. Pnina Tornai, star of the hit TV series “Say Yes to the Dress” says spending time with your family shows a man’s value on family.

When your man starts taking time out to spend time with your brothers or other relatives, it’s because he’s already starting to forge familial bonds that will last your entire marriage.

10.) Discussing retirement – Retirement and old is something young people rarely think about, except in situations in which they consider who will be next to them at that time. Your man bringing up retirement plans, or ideas about the not-so-near future is a sign that he expects you to be there with him.

Relationships are primarily about communication. If you are convinced that you and your man are not on the same page, talk to him. Rather than wondering about your future and security, a simple discussion combined with evaluating his stance on the previously mentioned items should be a surefire way to determine if wedding bells are in your future.

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