THe kicker is, I decided to end it, after that night.Soooo…long should someone do the “boyfriend/girlfriend” thing before a decision to get engaged/be married be?
I have (another) question I hope you don't mind answering.
" And each of these threads seems to be a freaking competition to see who married the fastest.
I ask any wide variety of topics including those which I linked in the questions and topics to talk to your prospective spouse article in conjunction with general conversation about life.
Masculine behavior and teasing is obviously mixed in with this.
Miss Campos added: "2008 is a leap year and a long-held tradition dating back to the fifth century means ladies can take matters into their own hands and pop the question to their boyfriend this year.
According to this infographic from Wedding Paper Divas, 40 percent of couples wait 13 to 18 months between "Yes!
Are members encouraged to marry people they barely know?
Anon Regular Lurker One girl I dated, after the 2nd date, asked me when we were getting engaged....
But the poll suggests it may be difficult to meet a woman's romantic expectations, as 43 per cent of those who do get the proposal within three years wish it had been more romantic and 42 per cent told their partners so.
It also noted that one in ten women breaks with tradition by making the proposal themselves.
This means that a relationship should always be “progressing” and if it ever is not leading toward engagement or marriage then it would be stagnating.