Dating for 4 years and no proposal
Your problem at this point is not if he's going to marry you but when. They are notorious for wanting to put off the actual engagement part until later.If he suggests living together first to see if you get along, tell him you're old-fashioned and want to wait until you're engaged or married.He seemed kinda nervous so I was kinda thinking this was it! I had booked an event for the next day for something he’s wanted to do his entire life as a little boy and I thought maybe this would be perfect, he would get to live out his dream and it would be a perfect setting on ocean water. Vacation ended and no proposal and I thought damn, this would’ve been perfect. 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?Hi there, I can’t seem to get something off my mind and it’s affecting my relationship.
We definitely talk about getting engaged, but we agree there's no rush.""She has a job that makes her move all over the place; it's kind of hard to pull the trigger when you don't know where she's going to be working every two years.Of course, if you've been following The Rules (the set of dating guidelines outlined in our book, The Rules: Time Tested Secrets for Capturing the Heart of Mr.Right, Warner Books, 1995) from the moment you met Mr.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.