Our expert says:
I really, really, think that surprizes are greatly over-rated. Seurprize parties, for instance, are usually enjoyed greatly more by those planning and attending, than by the person in whose name they are held, the person "surprized".
So what is the basis for your feeling so crappy ? YOu guessed that the man you love might be about to propose ? mThat was sensitive and clever of you, but hardly a disaster - should you rather have been stunned with amazement, and convinced he would never propose, when it happened ?
Is it because youi accidentally discovered that he was exploring the design of an engagement ring ? Isn't it nice that he thought of starting with something malleable, so that it could be prepared to exactly what you most wanted ?
Have you concentrated on what you actually got in terms of experiences of love showed to you, rather than what you may have expected ? And how realistic were those expectations ?
Also, I notice how often events like an engagement and a wedding are seen as entirely about what the woman wants, and about acting out her fantasies, and seem to ignore whatever the man might want - are men not to be allowed to dream, too ?
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