Dating for 5 years no proposal
Seligson: My baseline is one year in a monogamous relationship.Do you see this as someone you are making big sacrifices and life decisions around?
I’ve gotten burnt out on the long distance relationship and have discussed this with him as well. our communication is good, and we have fun with one another and are committed to one another.
He says I make good points and says he wants to address my concerns. Thanks Some therapists would argue that it only takes about two to five years to determine if marriage is the right thing for you.
(CNN) -- Gowns have been fitted, caterers have been contracted and venues rented as June marks the busiest period of wedding season.
But not all long-term couples will be heading down the aisle, according to Hannah Seligson's book, "A Little Bit Married." Seligson explores the trend of serious twenty- and thirty-something couples who invest years and even a decade in a relationship without the intention of ever getting married.
For more tips, marital and relationship advice and to see how other couples have gotten to the altar, visit our On Love section. But we've been talking about how that is something that can change over time and about what can be done how and our fundamental relationship was really good. What is your prognosis on our potential for getting back together?