Dating for 5 years and no proposal

Dating for 5 years and no proposal

Dear Amy: Shortly after meeting my boyfriend five years ago, I moved into his apartment and we are very happy together. He is a hard-working and caring person — the man I want to spend the rest of my life with. Getting married has always been very important to me, and I always hoped that moving in together was a step in that direction. However, five years later, he has yet to propose and, though I often bring up the prospect of marrying someday, he never has much to say.
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Should All Women Expect A Proposal After Years? | MadameNoire

Corbis Images. Last week, we discussed folks who are quick to tell people how long they should be engaged to avoid becoming a punchline. Sure, there are definitely some men who will string women along for years with no intention of marrying them, but after spending enough time with them, these men are usually pretty easy to identify. There are plenty of women and men who are in loving, long-term relationships who would prefer not to marry.
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Dating my boyfriend for 5 years and no proposal?

There's no rulebook or strategy when it comes to dating someone and knowing the right time to finally pop the question and seal the deal with them. You could date for six years and feel too chill about making any sudden move to promise them a lifetime together forever. Since there's no right time, right place or right moment in a relationship for a boyfriend to ask his SO if they are in it to win it, how do you know when to do it? Some guys don't.
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By Unity Blott For Mailonline. With Valentine's Day less than a week away, romantic hopefuls hoping to tie the knot may be wondering if their other halves will go down on one knee. Surveys suggest that almost a third 29 per cent of women think February 14 is the perfect time of year to get engaged, but not everyone will get the outcome they long for.
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