If you’ve been dating a man for a while, wouldn’t you like to know what is his plans are for the future? I’m not talking about the plans for his career, travel, or side-hustle. I’m talking about plans for marriage and family. More importantly, wouldn’t you want to know if you’re included in those plans?
Bernie and I address how to find out what your mate’s plans are for the future and whether you are included in them or not. Give us a thumbs-up and subscribe if you like this video. If you want us to answer specific relationship questions, put them in the comments and we’ll get to them.
Also, the Relationship Bootcamp specifically for Dating and Engaged Couples can help improve your communication. And it can help the two of you figure out how to better move forward and see those plans come to fruition.
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