There are a number of unknown factors here. Do you have common goals? Are you aware that he even WANTS to be married? Have you discussed marriage? How old are you both, and are you expecting too much at your age? Nevertheless, five years is enough time for you to know if he is right for you. If you think he is, and you can't wait any longer, and you have the nerve, and if you think it wouldn't disturb him in a major way, perhaps you would want to propose to HIM. If you have no intention of doing such a thing, then you must either 1) continue to wait, 2) ask him outright, 'what are your intentions?', or 3) move on. I wish you luck.
No, I don't think you should walk away from this relationship, but communicate to your partner that you want more from a relationship and a commitment. Some people fear marriage and as long as you conceal your true feelings this behavior will continue to go on. My own husband was shy, terrified of marriage and even managed to get out of his stag party. I basically told him I thought more of myself than to live with him without a commitment and he'd better think of things clearer, get advice from others and come back and discuss it with me. I didn't want to hound him and was willing to move on. I am happy to say he didn't want to lose me and we've been happily married for 33 years.
I already left him. He said that he wanted to finish school before he even thought about marriage. He did not seem to want to get to know me or my friends. I have not really met his friends, either. He said, "We are going in two different directions and the worst problem is the long distance." Then he said he just cared about me. But then he said he was confused. I told him I won't be with someone who doesn't want me and left him. All this happened over the phone. It's been a week and I haven't called him and he hasn't called me. During our five year relationship, we have talked basically every day. I still love him but I feel like I'm fighting for not only for his love but also my self-respect. I have not imagined being with anyone but him but I'm 28 and he's reaching 30. I want to marry him and bear and raise my kids while I'm young enough to appreciate them. Part of me feels that this was the right decision but I really pray that he calls or shows up with a ring.
I do know how you feel and I am very proud you took that step. Many men are frightened of commitment and consider it takes away their freedom. It concerns me that he didn't really want to know your friends and for that matter doesn't appear he made much an effort to get to know you. After all, you have feelings too. Perhaps in your own heart you knew that he wasn't the right guy for you. You know him best, and you may see better things in him than the rest of us can see. He may still call, but you did a smart thing, so if he comes back it's because he loves you and if he should come back you set down the terms loud and clear.
I wish you good luck. Marcy
Answer Do as you are asked to do, don't leave them on short notice, if you are going to leave, give them enough notice to hire someone to replace you.
No, you should leave it as a suprise and go in for it.
A letter to request vacation leave should include the dates of the required time off. The letter should also include alternate dates for the vacation leave.
leave him don't talk to him move on and find someone else
YOU SHOULD LEAVE HIM ALONE!, IF HE'S NOT RESPONDING TO YOU AND HE SAYS HE HAS A GIRLFRIEND, MOVE ON!. FIND SOMEONE BETTER THAN THAT!
I suppose. Absolutely
Yes i think you should.
What you should do if there is someone picking on you is tell an adult or stand up to them and say "leave me alone."
Mother Teresa left the Loreto convent of her our volition. She was not asked to leave.
i dont know ask someone else
when they find out about it..... y?
I read that Chima was the first person in the history of Big Brother to be told to leave the show. On Big Brother Two, there was a Houseguest named Justin Sebik, who pulled a knife out at a female houseguest, which he claimed was playfully, however the producer's did not take this lightly, and he was asked to leave the house immediately. That was the first time in Big Brother Show history that someone was asked to leave the house.
Yes, you should always leave a hunting plan with someone you trust. The plan should tell where you will be hunting, the amount of time you will be gone, and who will be with you on the trip.
To write a letter to take leave, the employee should include the name, address, and dates of absenteeism. The letter should also include a reason for the leave.
A person who offers advice without being asked is someone who cares enough for you to offer that advice and you have the chance to think it over and take it or leave it.
you should have someone come in and feed them
He isn't asked to leave; he asks permission to leave. He wants to go to France to complete his education, but he can't go unless the king lets him.
i think you should do as she has said and leave here alone. try and find someone else
A person should be able to leave AIT with a flag. You can ask someone in charge if you can have one or buy one.
obviously, she doesnt love you anymore so you should just leave her alone.
if you really like this girl but she likes someone else then youll get over her and leave her alone.you should try to talk to other girls.and if she asks you out then she loves you the most.
Ignore them, they should leave. If not, you might need help.
You should leave a dance studio when you felt like you have had enough,and you can't take any more so go for your dreams and be yourself.!
I would say if you have not heard from him for three weeks, that he is using you and things are not sorted out. Be strong and find someone that won't leave you hanging for that long.
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