Dating. A six-letter word that people make complicated. Why is it never enough to be just dating? Why does a ring suggest commitment, things don’t change just because of a ring.
Of course being a student on top of things makes everything more difficult. Not to mention the fact that your boyfriend is 25 and “thinking about his future…” that apparently you WILL be in, although he likes to call it being “included.” I’ve always heard it said that when boys feel like it is the “right” time to get married they would ask whomever they are with, regardless of the feelings that they have for them. Well, of course it can be assumed that they generally like the person they are with. For girls on the other hand, they almost always say yes to the first person that proposes to them. This sounds like a recipe for divorce if you ask me.
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Honestly, what’s the rush? Wait it out and if it ‘s truly meant to be you will know. Why do people always feel the need for “we’re dating” to turn into “we’re engaged?” For that matter why is the word Fiancé a proper noun – it suggest more importance. People get too hung up on titles – focus on your relationship, not the title.