Dating for 5 years no proposal online dating in connecticut
I guess I was just hoping he would bring up the topic himself at some point, but nothing, not even one word.
Important- He is 31, I'm 28, so it's not like we're two college kids too young to get married.
Well, if the risk of divorce is scaring him much more than the risk of losing you — or if his fear of commitment is bigger than the fear of losing you, it may be time to show him exactly what losing you would really feel like.
It might be the only way for him to finally reconcile what the biggest risk really is.
I want to give him more time, but at this point, am I being foolish for thinking that he’ll ever change his mind?
I thought that months of counseling (after over five years together!
I wad never the kind of person who brought the topic up a lot, but this past February we had a few fights about it because he didn't even want to give me a timeline and just kept saying that he doesn't want to get married yet.
After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads. I've been with my bf for three years, we just celebrated our third anniversary a few days ago. We were oj a romantic holiday so it would have been perfect, but well.
We've also been living together for the past two years and everything is great.
He shows me his love a lot, and he loves being with me. He knows marriage is important to me, and he knows I don't wanna be the eternal girlfriend.
I'm not sure though if I'll really be sble to walk away then.
I'd never tell him the deadline because the lst thing I want is a forced proposal.