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I get asked a lot of relationship-themed questions given where I work, and one of them is from women with boyfriends who want to know how long to wait for the ring.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 wrong except these girls would like to take the relationship to the next level and their men have yet to agree. Recruit a support system of friends and family to help you fill the time normally spent with a significant other. Maybe you’d just rather be in a bad relationship than be in no relationship at all. Resist the urge, however, to call or text whenever you would have when you were still dating. Ask a close friend if you can call him/her every time you would usually reach out to your ex. plus we always had a LOT of fun together because we enjoyed so many of the same activities. Honestly, we didn't have any major issues and we were extremely compatible in every way...
He states in his study that happily married couples dated for approximately 25 months before getting married. Couples who were unhappily married soon after they said “I do” and quickly divorced more often married at or after three years.
Are these guys patient or just stringing them along? As it turns out, there isn’t a lot of recent research on the courtship length prior to marriage.
Decades ago the statistics ranged from six to fourteen months.
So I worked my fingers to the bone basically renovating this house with him. I told him that he needed to treat me right and the way to do that was to propose. My guy and I had (Saying had because if you read my post- please some advice too) numerous talks about getting married. My advice to you would be to find out why he broke up with you.
I basically told him we needed to start looking at rings because I was becoming resentful and I didn't want that to ruin our marriage. Make sure he doesnt want to have you "heal" him just because he misses your company, then he will move on.