Pre-Love Checklist to Get the Love You Want! [Updated July 2019]

Ready to have that great relationship you always dreamed of having? [Updated July 2019]

Pre-Love Checklist

I used to be a flight attendant several years ago. If you’ve ever seen a flight attendant or an airline pilot prepare for a flight, you’re familiar with the Pre-Flight checklist.  The flight attendant and pilot make sure that all systems are “good to go” before taking off.

With your Pre-Love checklist, you’re going to make sure that all systems are “good to go” before getting into a relationship.

First, some pivotal questions to ask yourself:

Women, do you secretly care more about your girlfriend relationships than your boyfriend or spouse relationship?

Do the men you date seem to secretly care more about their job than their girlfriend or relationship?

I’ve come to realize that people that have great relationships aren’t just fortunate, they’re smart.  They’ve taken the time to nurture their relationships.

Ask yourself “Am I willing to ask myself honest questions and listen to honest answers?”  If you are, you have a wonderful transformation ahead of you!

Singles: Answer the Questions below on a scale from 1-10:

1. I have a clear sense of direction in my life.

2.  I am clear on who I am and my life calling.

3.  I surround myself with positive and encouraging people every day.

4.  I wake up in the morning knowing that a great relationship is coming, or if I’m already in a relationship, that he and I are making it the best it can be.

5.  I have everything I need (a relationship will be icing on the cake).

6.  I am ready for love?

Once you get into a relationship, get clear on where you are in your relationship and savor the goodness that it brings into your life.  See where you are in these areas listed above.  If you’re not a 9 or 10, what do you need to do to get there.  Also, ask yourself how it will feel when you get there.

Many couples don’t take the time to see their relationship for what it really is. They gloss over complaints, thinking the sad feelings will simply go away,  and before you know it, it’s gone.

If you’re in a relationship:  Answer the questions below on a scale from 1 to 10:

1. I have a clear sense of direction in my life and share that same direction with my boyfriend or  beloved.

2.  I am clear on who I am and my life calling.

3.  I surround myself with positive and encouraging people every day. My boyfriend or beloved is positive and encourages me.

4.  I wake up in the morning wanting to be with my boyfriend or beloved.

5.  I have everything I need in my boyfriend or beloved (I don’t have to look elsewhere).

6.  I am ready for my love to grow even stronger with my boyfriend or beloved.

3 things to consider before you make a comment or complaint to your man that will totally help your relationship be strong and loving.

1.  Is it something that would embarrass him?

2.  Is it something that we’ve already processed and I need to let it go?

3.  Is it something that would make him sad if I brought it up again?

If the subjects that you’re thinking about discussing have any of these qualities, I invite you to consider NOT bringing them up.

Sometimes, you bring up issues to him that have already been resolved because you are not fulfilled in your life. And, sometimes it doesn’t have anything to do with him. So, decide which issues are really about him before you bring them up.

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