Find A Husband In 90 Days: Take Control Of Your Own Power!By The DivaGals | March 21, 2019 | Relationships
Ladies, the time’s are a-changing and that means taking control of our personal relationships. Whether it’s due to changes in culture or the rise of feminism, the nature of relationships is changing. Which means we don’t have to wait for a man or our chosen type of partner to make all the moves! In this article, we take a look at some of the ways we are turning the tide in their relationships┬áand starting to lead more individualistic and leadership-style roles in the search for love. See if any of this rings true for you!
Being Able To Pay Your Own Way. Let’s hear it for the Independent Woman! We are in a position to pay our own way, or at least┬áshare things out equally. We’re getting paid more and more, so itΓÇÖs easy to see why this might be important to primarily establishing a┬áfeeling of equality in the relationship. Your partner may always┬áwant to pay for everything, and there’s nothing wrong with that notion. But it’s nice to know that we can also take control when we have to and lay down the platinum card! Where it used to be seen as normal that women would stay home and men would go out to work, we know those days are long gone. And yes, rhere might still be households out there who hold to this traditional set of roles, and as long as everyone is happy with it there is nothing wrong with that. But more people have┬áput their careers first so we come into a relationship with our own source of income, and that’s nothing to be ashamed of!┬áYour partner shouldn’t mind and respect that you have your finances together, so once your join forces, your both know how to handle your money.
Being The One Who Proposes.┬áOK, this one doesn’t happen as often — yet — but long gone are the days when, in a heterosexual relationship, the man had to propose to the woman. If you take a look at many of the relationship advice blogs out there today, you will soon see that women proposing to their men is becoming an increasingly popular trend. After all, there is no reason why a woman should not propose, rather than be proposed to. And you can put aside any ideas you might have about bitterness or a lack of patience: most of the women who pop the question say that they did so because they wanted to be with their partner forever, and didnΓÇÖt feel that they had to wait for him to actually propose. Along with this change comes a whole set of other changes which are just as exciting too (like the chance to┬áchoose the ring that’s right for you!). If he does say “Yes,” then make it a joint affair and work together to choose the venue, the date, everything. Making the wedding a joint process will only strengthen your commitment to one another. Also, make sure to figure out your couple┬áhome/work balance style. If you plan to continue working on your career while you’re married, that should be a discussion you have before you make it to the altar. Transparency in your relationship is one key to success.
Being Able To Choose The Type Of Relationship You Want.┬áEven just twenty years ago, the idea of open relationships was something that most people frowned upon. But it’s 2019, and people are redefining what a traditional family looks and feels like. Today it is a much more easily and readily accepted phenomenon, and itΓÇÖs something that has been instigated largely by women keen to break out of the traditional role of husband and wife. If you do seek relations that are open and free, make sure it’s your choice, not that you’re trying to please anyone else. For more information on a black family living a polygamy life, check out TLC’s series Seeking Sister Wife, featuring┬áAshley and Dimitri Snowden, for the good and the challenging of this lifestyle choice.