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We had been dating for 6 1/2 months, but he told me he had the ring at 4 months! I found out recenlty that his father asked him one morning (w/0o knowing we were engaged already) if 'This girl would be the mother of his grandkids' and my guy told his father yes.
We knew right away, and we don't have any reason to wait. I've been proposed to about 20 something times, engaged once and now I have found the one that will never end and I know that based on compariosons fromt he past and simple life signs and signals.
Well, now that you've been dating for a year, you feel a little safer saying: That fucker is a huge asshole and I would prefer to never hang out with him. For the H-bomb and I, it might be 90% of what we talk about. " It's not that they go away completely, but when your significant other was sending them at the beginning of the relationship, what he really meant was "I'm writing you this text so that you will know that I like you and won't look for dick anywhere else." Once you've been together for a year, he knows his territory has been marked. It was the first time I knew we were officially out of the honeymoon phase.
The person in the relationship that's usually the more amenable one starts becoming more decisive and less inclined to do things they really don't want to do.
That's when shit starts to get real and you can really decide if the person you're dating is the person you want to give the privilege of entering as "life partner" in your phone. This is okay, because you can always go have Thai food with your friends and he can always go see Expendables 3 with his friends. You would rather spend the night at your own apartment than go to the trouble of packing an overnight bag to stay at his place..if it means *yikes* not seeing each other for a night. All women know that guys usually freak out at the first sign of "overly emotional," so we make our best effort to keep our insecurities and panic attacks at bay during those first blissful twelve months (I think I only made it to seven months).
I know at times it can be alarming and it might put you in panic-mode about whether a break up is right around the corner, but it's actually a good thing when it starts to fade away. Gone are the days of going to see a movie, because you know your significant other really wants to see it or eating Ethiopian food even though it tastes like nothing. One of you (and not to be sexist, but it's generally the female in a relationship) starts letting the crazy emerge.
He's been hurt in the past and I believe he was scared of getting hurt again.
I realize I've been pushing him away, as I was dealing with the anxiety, and it's been rough on him also.
I wanted to be set in my career first and then I decided to go to law school so we wanted to wait and let me get settled first. We started dating when I was 16 and dated for almost 4 years before he proposed, and have only been engaged for 2 months. We met on Nov 2000 (working together) Our first kiss was Feb 9th 2001 and he proposed March 3rd 2001, barely 3 weeks!!!! Our big wedding is set for Jan 2009, and we are as much in love as we were the first day!!! Jeremy proposed 2 days before our 1 yr anniversary.
We've talked about getting married years ago but last year October we decided it was time. We talked about marriage, & he acknowledged me as his "wifey" well before he made the proposal official on this past Christmas Eve, 2007. We started talking in November 06, started dating in March of 07, moved in together officialy in July 07 and proposed on March 07 2008. Friends for about 4 months before,we started dating, we were dating for 2 months and 2 days when he proposed - we knew 2 weeks there was noone else we'd rather be with. By the time we get married (in exactly 1 year) we will have been together for 7 1/2 years. We started dating when I was 16 and he was 18, though! - Aquaintences for a couple years- Dated for 8 months before getting engaged- Will have been a couple for 13 months when he moves in- Will have been together for 2 years and 3 months at the time of the wedding.: ) I've been with my guy now since I was 15 except for about a year and 1/2 when we were 16 and broke up.
No two people are ever in a relationship that’s “normal” — or average — in every way. Your boyfriend could have valid reasons for taking it slow. Maybe he’s insecure or young or just very cautious. Since, I've been diagnosed with anxiety and believe this to be the root of most of our problems.
What matters is that you find a way to talk about important things as you build a relationship that works for both of you.