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We think of marriage as a step towards starting a family.
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.
As it is, I think our timeframe is most likely the first half of 2011.""We are still apart on wanting children. I guess the complication is why her opinion changed and why we are still together.""There's a great deal of truth to needing things to be fresh and spontaneous.
The underlying problem is that by this point in my relationship, it feels like we've mimicked a full life-cycle.
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.
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.
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.
Rules of Engagement If he hasn't asked you to marry him within a year -- or two at the most -- you might have to shake things up a little bit. If he says he has no plans to marry you, say okay and then never see him again. He's not scared of commitment -- he doesn't want to marry you.
Go away for a weekend with a girlfriend, cancel a Saturday-night date, get very busy at work, mention that you are renewing your apartment lease, or be mysterious about some of the things you do. If he says he does plan to marry you someday, but he's not ready yet, then it's up to you to close the deal.