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02 Feb

And I understand the reasons: biological clock, all your friends are married, you feel like “it’s time”, you want to have final commitment, etc.I’ve always felt that if the relationship is working well and both people are happy, marriage is just a title.But that title has a risk attached to it (and thanks to “horror stories”, the news, movies, media, etc.I have seen men destroyed by it (not to say women aren’t too, I guess I’ve just met more divorced men in my work with guys…) In many cases, when a guy gets married, he’s doing it for you.Most guys don’t care whether or not there’s a legal document that says you’re married.

The topic hasn’t come up again since and at this point, I am just about ready to give him an ultimatum- either he proposes or I’m leaving.

I’m also thinking of just getting him a ring at this point just to move this thing along!

I don’t know what do to speed up the process when I get the same damn answers . If it’s just a “piece of paper” why won’t he go ahead and sign it? Why would anyone want to force marriage on someone, if it’s not what the other person wants.. He enjoys being in a relationship with you or he wouldn’t be in the relationship, why isn’t that enough?

Your situation is harder because you have kids but if he loves you enoigh, he should make proclaim youby making it OFFICIAL and PUBLIC and LEGAL, no othet short cut way around it! And if you want to marry because there is something wrong in your relationship right now: marriage won’t fix it, communication might.

Also, I think it would be in your best interest to relax and wait for him to propose marriage to you. Aside from him probably feeling insulted by the gesture, can you imagine if he did go for it?