I mean, there is even a woman who claims that , especially when they want to find a man at the same age who matches them in terms of success and education. Make sure those reasons are healthy ones. There are many reasons to want to get married. Consider yourself lucky, if she had been all over you about marriage, would you feel the same way about it. You can either choose A or B as an answer. There are women who see marrying the man of their dreams as the biggest gift on earth.
Not he is a stable guy, and I can put up with him. If you think you've found the woman of your dreams and you're keen to take your relationship to the next level, it can be devastating to find out that she doesn't want to get married. Not only is this insulting to people who genuinely have no interest in marriage, but it is unlikely to motivate him. They like to have their own room with their own things and the thought of giving a woman control over this is distasteful. The latter has a lot more hoops and legal red tape to jump through.
If she absolutely won't commit to marriage, you need to make a tough decision. No one looks at the groom. Possible Reasons She Won't Commit Your girlfriend may not want to commit to marriage for a variety of reasons. But, i must say i have witnessed many couples divorce, after being married, when being single was just great. I guess it hurts me to know that I'd rather take a chance and stay together, and she'd rather do nothing and breakup.
For a lot of men who otherwise wouldn't want to get married, what finally motivates them to agree to tie the knot is that they want to have a family. How important is marriage to me? This is not only one of the reasons not to get married. It would be great if you could give me a bit of advice. Now obviously this demonstrates difficulty communicating and being honest on her part, but good communication is something that is rarely built without an open discussion or at least understanding of how each person in the relationship communicates best. Yup, she called it: You should not say this. For reference I was born and raised in Texas in a very typical American manner.
Sometimes relationships work better without the binding of marriage. Here are some signs that he's really not into it, though: This is a common line. I noticed she changed her mind as it become more and more of a possibility. I am a woman and totally agree… My husband was married twice before me. Odds are most people are not going to marry the first person they ever had sex with or maintain a courtship for 10 or more years of monogamy prior to marriage.
Every time we went out to dinner and he reached into his coat pocket my heart caught in my throat. But all in all, I say chalk this one up to a speed bump in getting to know this girl. Sorry I feel like I'm rambling. It's taking vows to each other, in public and before the state, to cherish each other for life. All I know is that I want to spend the rest of my life with you.
You are so in love with the perfect man and you know without a doubt in your heart that he is your soul mate. He's just being polite about it and doesn't want to damage the relationship by telling you upfront that he's not interested. Sounds like you're not going to be able to convince her from any sort of logical or rational place, so I'd really recommend explaining to her how important it is to you. Obviously I don't want to be giving ultimatums as I don't really think that is healthy for a relationship. That is why she was answering as a politician, because it was too early to tell for her.
And believe me when I say that she knows more about the benefits and the power…um the security that marriage brings along. As of now I told Cindy I need time to think things over. These are all positive reasons for wanting to marry. If she sees the main characters in Sex and the City as role models and if she has spent the majority of her life in a Western country, asking her for her hand is definitely a mistake. Except the being a woman part. We are living in California.