5 Reasons ๐Ÿ“ Public Proposals ๐Ÿ’Ž Are a Bad Idea ๐Ÿ’ก ...

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There are some reasons public proposals are a bad idea and knowing what they are is helpful if you plan to pop the question when other people are around.

Thanks to the internet, everything is pretty much for public consumption these days.

Everybody seems to know what youโ€™re wearing and how youโ€™re feeling, even from a remote distance.

Well, thatโ€™s because weโ€™re pretty lax on our own personal privacy.

Thatโ€™s okay, but sometimes too much is said and done in public.

Come on!

Donโ€™t you think some things are better off kept in private?

One of the many things that have gone public these days is the act of proposing to a partner.

For some strange reason, it has become a show for every Tom, Dick, Harry to watch and sadly, to criticize.

I know this is going to raise a lot of eyebrows out there, especially with folks who have really worked hard to make it happen.2

Nonetheless, think about it.

Should you really be proposing in public?

Here are 5 logical reasons public proposals are a bad idea.2

1. It Gives People a Chance to Judge You

The minute you do something in public, you give everybody a chance to say something about you or your actions.

Itโ€™s just the way it is.

People will always talk and judge.

Itโ€™s human nature to do so.

According to a study posted on Time.com, the human brain immediately judges people.2

So by going public, you give everybody more reasons to judge you.

The question is, are you comfortable with that?

If not, this is one of the biggest reasons public proposals are a bad idea.

It Creates an Awkward Situation
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