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Or, he might plan some really romantic way to propose as a total surprise. I think you should set some internal deadline for yourself. Even though you've been together for 7 years, I've noticed that many men don't like to get married in their early or mid-20s and would rather wait a bit longer. It's in his hands, and I trust that yes he does want to marry me, and its a good feeling when he's the one who's ready to do it. Keep in mind that yes, you have been together for 7 years.also realize that for some guys, getitng married at 24 can be a scary thing.
A woman I know woke up one morning and her boyfriend planned a surprise romantic trip to Rome, asked her boss for time off, etc.... I don't know - like maybe 1 year from now, or when you are 26, or whatever feels right. If you were 37, dating your bf for 7 years, i would be a lot more worried. Together 6 years, and his only real reason he could give was needing the money for the ring.all the while was spending money on his hobbies [cars and motorcycles...] I knew there was a deeper issue, and it came through. My guy is almost 29,.is finally comfortable 100% with marriage and moving onto that next step.
While I highly recommend dating divorced men -- dare I admit that I've done so on two continents?
-- I would be remiss if I didn't also share some cautions to keep in mind.
My guy had brought this up, and said he was suprised that I hadn't proposed to him yet.
what with climbing in and out of the divorce dating pool for years.
Ask why exactly he has set this timeline for himself when you've already been together for several years.
Have you discussed with him your reasons for wanting to get married? 24 is still quite young and I wouldn't blame anyone for wanting to wait.
I wish so much that men still asked women to marry them when they know they want it, not just when all conditions are "right".In case you're wondering, one divorced dad swept me off my feet (then dropped me over a ledge).