Dating for 4 years and no proposal
If anything, I've been waiting five years to be in the same state just to make sure that it's something we both wanted.We've talked about our potential lives together, but it's kind of hard to take it seriously when you don't live in the same time zone."Did their answers surprise you? Do you think your boyfriend could be thinking any of these same things?Hi there, I can’t seem to get something off my mind and it’s affecting my relationship.My boyfriend and I have been dating for a little over 2 years. All year long and got my hopes up :'( Now I feel so resentful and every week or so I make a hint at it and he won’t communicate about it and it leaves me angry, confused, and very hurt.All of the above should make him anxious to propose. Ask him when -- and if it's more than a year away, see less of him and think about dating others.A man who is wary of commitment is made less wary by a woman moving away from, not toward, commitment. You've already spent more than a year waiting for him to propose. If you are already living together and he says he doesn't want to become engaged, make plans to move out.We're in the same city now, but we've only been able to be a grown-up couple dealing with grown-up couple situations for a short time.I've known I wanted to marry since I met her; it's never been a matter of commitment.
There's certainly no sense that things would improve, and at times, I have a strong feeling that marriage would make things worse.""My girlfriend and I have been dating for nearly four years.If you've done all these things, you've actually helped him fall in love with you and want to marry you. And you will sense his desire to include you in his world.Within a year, if not sooner, he's figured out that he not only wants to marry you but has to marry you to see you more often, to really have you.You've heard what makes guys propose, now hear this: I interviewed some great guys I know to find out why they're not proposing to their long-term girlfriends. Could one of these factors be holding your man back?These men have all been dating their girlfriends for four - seven years and are all between the ages of 27 and 30, aka they can afford engagement rings and have been with their significant others long enough to know what they need to know before they get engaged.