Many men act strange when they have known someone a fairly long time, then get to live with their girlfriend and get cold feet when the word "marriage" evolves. If you consider the fact they haven't had to make much of a commitment and have their cake and eat it too then it's not hard to understand why it's so difficult for him to not want to commit. They simply grown accustomed to the habit of living together and in ways, they aren't considering your feelings and like to keep things neat and simple for themselves. Sit down with him and ask him right out what his feelings are about marriage. You are probably wanting to make plans for the wedding and he's starting to feel stressed about the marriage. A lot of people living together feel they are still free as a bird, but once you live together (only 6 months in Canada) you are considered Common-law so if you should split-up you are treated the same re divorce as if you were married. No matter how modern the times are, if the couple wants to have children it's best to get married for the sake of the children's last name and the legal rights that go with this name. I was going with my boyfriend for almost the same amount of time and he would live with me over the weekends because he lived a fair distance away. We got along so well, but, I feel if someone truly loves you and marriage was a belief of mine because of my religious views, then they shouldn't have a problem to commit to marriage if they love that person deeply and want to spend the rest of their lives with you. It's normal to get cold feet! Of course fear smucked him right between the eyes and I told him straight out, "You buy this cow or you're not getting the milk for free!" The thought of marriage was so frightening to him that we split-up for 6 months. I was broken-hearted, but I felt if he couldn't commit to loving me enough to marry me, then what else in the future wouldn't he be able to commit too. I stood fast on my decision. 6 months later he missed me so much he phoned and believe me, I didn't make it easy for him to come back into my life again. I had an engagement ring on my finger quickly and he got right into the marriage bit. I didn't want a wedding at all (been married before) but he at least wanted to be married in the Chapel of a church and I felt he had that right and I agreed. It turned out to be a beautiful ceremony with family and friends there, and then we had a big bash down at his parents home and the party was so successful we didn't want to. LOL That cold-footed boyfriend of mine has now been my husband for 34 years and he and I have never regretted that decision. Stick to your guns! Talk to him, listen well and if he has any fears then try to help him sort it out. If he just doesn't want to get married or just expects to live together with an attitude of "why ruin a beautiful thing?" then kick this guy to the curb and move on.
The woman wanted to discuss marriage with her boyfriend.
When you begin to discuss marriage and a family together...
Discuss it together and find out if you are both ready or if you should wait a while
That is for you and your boyfriend to discuss.
If you freeze up over this one then neither of you are ready for marriage. Communication is even more important than sex in any relationship and at the top of the list for a good marriage. Sit down and discuss what each of you wants. Most men will bulk at the thought of marriage because it frightens them and who could blame them when they see how many people are divorced. If you feel you both have a good relationship together then YOU can convince him that marriage is worth a try.
Hobbyists can get together and discuss hand trucks at a lobby or on the Internet. Hobbyists can get together and discuss hand trucks in chat rooms on the Internet.
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just tell him that you have a boyfriend or you could discuss it with your boyfriend and tell him to tell his friend...
You negotiate in business and not marriage; it is called 'communication skills' in a marriage. If there are problems in the marriage or some bad habits in the marriage that need to be rectified then go for a walk together; sit down when it's private where the two of you can discuss without yelling or flinging accusations as to how you can better any problems in your marriage or how to stop bad annoying habits.
If it okay for your girlfriend to work for her ex boyfriend as long as both of them have truly moved on, and as long as you feel okay about it. If you feel that them working together will cause issues, you should be honest and discuss your feelings with her.
Discuss this with your parents.
Discuss it with them in a civil manner when you're comfortable enough to discuss it.
Just come out and say "I am penacny" whatever it may mean - is it a skin condition? I think she mean pregnant, best just to let it fall out your mouth then you can, talk openly with your boyfriend and discuss your fears together and see where it takes you.
Discuss literature, your plans for the next day, and sleep.
iT DEPENDS WHETHER YOU LIKE HIM OR NOT. IF YOU DON'T THEN YOU JUST TALK TO HIM ABOUT BEING GOOD FRIENDS. IF YOU ARE STILL LIKING HIM THEN DISCUSS WHY HE IS YOUR EX-BOYFRIEND AND DISCUSS WHAT YOU ALL CAN DO TO TRY TO MAKE THE RELATIONSHIP WORK THIS TIME
* Why go after the mistress! It should be your mate that you go after as they instigated the affair. You have a choice of splitting up if you are just going together or, if married you can sit down and discuss the problems in your marriage and try to work on a more successful marriage; separate from your spouse or divorce him.
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Whenever he wants to, or maybe you can discuss it.
Usually, this isn't a problem as they may be friends still. If you have any worries you should probably discuss things with your boyfriend.
There is no set amount of time one should live with their boyfriend before getting a proposal. This is a subject a person should discuss with their boyfriend.
There is no standard time given for you to move in with your boyfriend. However, it is always a good idea to discuss the matter with your boyfriend so that the both of you can agree on when the right time may be.
Every religion believes in personal relationship in marriage sanctioned by the religious authority .However certain social taboos enforce restrictions. Marriage is a husband -wife bond for procreation and not to speak, discuss or display in public as it is considered profane in Islam.
Alot of that would hinge on how old you are.If you're a teenager you're obviously going to find yourself in love without being ready for marriage.I would be slightly concerned that your boyfriend would be discussing marriage at this point (again,depending on how old you are).You both need to take time to discuss all that marriage entails,it's a life-long commitment.Maybe after that discussion,he'll understand.