Relationships: One Month Vs. One Year
So how long is too long?
These aren't women who have been dating for two months, but rather women who are in long-term relationships. They have seemingly great mates who have jobs and call their moms and open doors to restaurants- but haven't yet popped the question. The relationship is traveling into their third (or sixth) year and nothing is. Plus, we live in his country together, i moved here for him two years ago. Maybe I shouldnt have moved without a proposal, but it's too late for that now. I have to renew my visa here once a year, and it's an expensive and time consuming process. If we got married, this wouldn't be a problrm anymore. CuteLittleBuzzingBee; 8 years ago. Wedding: September I think I may have asked this once before a long time ago, but I can't seem to find the thread for it. So, what is the absolute longest that you think you're willing to wait for your BF to propose? 2 years? 3 years? 4 years? Longer than that? Just curious, as I think it .
Mostly because I feel like 3 years should be more than enough time for him to decide whether or not he wants to marry me. As long you and your SO have talked about marriage at some point and are both on the same page, that really matters.
You love them no matter what, right? I think it all depends on where your relationship is and the factors of them, whether he is ready, whether he can afford it right now….
I was hoping for some kind of proposal after 6 years the first 5 of which we were in college, so very not ready to get married. It's not about the proposal story or a ring on your finger. AskWomen subscribe unsubscribereaders 1, users here now Don't forget to upvote good questions!
It all depends also on how long you are willing to wait. But the wait is definitely worth it!
There are many different reasons why he may not want to marry you…yet. What other information does he think he needs to know? We have flair for men, women, trans folks, and gender neutral people.
I agre with Steph. I was happy with where we were before we got engaged. I knew we were going to spend forever together, and I didnt want to compromise that by having a timeframe for a title. And to add, it might not be that he needs 3 yars to decide if he wants to marry you.
We were together for 2. Most guys I know are nowhere near even thinking about marriage; they could be with a girl for years and still not be ready. I personally dont think there is anything wrong with setting a mental timeline for yourself on how long you will wait for BF to propose.
Discussions like this can be sensitive link I always felt like I was being judged because I had a timeline on how long I would wait.
How long are you willing to wait for a proposal from your BF? - Weddingbee
That doesnt mean I love my BF any less because I have done this but it means that I wont wait for someone who doesnt care enough about me to respect how I feel about the subject matter.
Someone might be ok waiting for 10 years for their SO to propose another person that timeline might be a year and their over waiting. I just want to say waiting sucks for however long you decide to do it. We When Should Become A have been together two years September As of right now I dont have a timeline…I know its going to happen whenever he is financially ready to do so…and we are on the Dating For 2 Years No Proposal page about getting married…BUT there are some stories…especially some that I have heard on here…that a timeline may be necessary.
So I click it just depends on the couple and their current situation. We had just bought a house 6 months before we got engaged with the understanding that within the year, we would be engaged.
Deadling with the fallout that ensued showing him that I was serious, his inadequate proposal 3 weeks later, etc made the first few months of our engagement really terrible.
So be forewarned that being true to yourself feels both shitty and great! My situation is VERY similar to magsalot.
We DO have a date set so I have to throw that disclaimer in there, but it was a recent development. Good luck and try to be patient!
SO other and I will be together for six years by that time. Although I think we will get married probably in because he wants to have kids before his I am divided on this. I agree that this can be useful in certain circumstances, but I really think it depends on the individual couple. We have all heard horror stories about girls who have been with a guy for ages without ever getting engaged. My BF recently told me that one of his female friends dated a guy for 10 years, and Dating For 2 Years No Proposal early on in their relationship he told her that he NEVER wanted to get married.
So after 10 years and no ring, they broke up. Find support, ask questions, swap stories, and follow more info planning real weddings here on Weddingbee.
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How long are you willing to wait for a proposal from your BF? CuteLittleBuzzingBee 8 years ago Wedding: Magsalot 8 years ago Wedding: KellyV 8 years ago Wedding: September I agre with Steph. September oh and I agree with Steph and Kelly. See more magsalot — lol. That last post was funny. GirlWithARing 8 years ago We were together for 2.
May I personally dont think there is anything wrong with setting a mental timeline for yourself on how Dating For 2 Years No Proposal you will wait for BF to propose. Teddy 8 years ago Wedding: March As of right now I dont have a timeline…I know its going to happen whenever he is financially ready to do so…and we are on the same page about getting married…BUT there are some stories…especially some that I have heard on here…that a timeline may be necessary. LilaGrayce 8 years ago Wedding: But I would do it again if I had to.
KansasPrincess11 8 years ago Wedding: BellsforHer 8 years ago I am divided on this. Leave a comment Reply: Get the best wedding inspiration, advice, and more from Weddingbee. I agree to receive emails from the site. I can withdraw my consent at any time by unsubscribing.
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