Ace Metaphor

Look, I’m just an ordinary guy who lives in an ordinary city and has an ordinary job. And it’s that ordinary life that’s shown me something about people – we know what to do, but we don’t do it. Or we know, but we don’t know that we know. That’s especially true in our relationships, our lives, our dating world. And that is the reason I wrote The Future Wife Handbook. It’s a reminder for us all. As we go about our ordinary lives, we need to stop thinking about waiting for our future spouses, we need to prepare for love that lasts a lifetime by loving ourselves first. Think about it – we say, “To have and to hold,” during our wedding ceremonies, but when do we say that to ourselves? When do we commit to loving ourselves? I believe that you can’t love somebody else ‘til you’ve learned to love yourself first. You can’t give what you don’t have. See, I think we’ve been taught to love wrong. We should say our vows to ourselves first. We look into the eyes of our partner and whisper sweet nothings, but we don’t look into the mirror and say the same things to ourselves. At this moment, whether you’re single, in a relationship, or are about to be single again, you want things to get better. Even if things are great right now, you want them to get better. That’s why I wrote the book and created this Facebook page. Each chapter or video is a quick and easy read or watch for you to digest on the go or before bed. The fact is, wherever you’re at, you shouldn’t be waiting for someone else to love you. Because you can give yourself all the love you need right now. Only once you’re prepared to love yourself unconditionally is it time to go find love from someone else. So as you read what’s been on my mind and heart these past few years, I want you to love yourself. Commit to yourself. Then maybe, just maybe, we’ll all have our happily ever after’s. You’re not waiting, you’re preparing