However, I can never seem to transition properly from the “fun” woman to the “long-term” relationship woman, as the intelligent, loving partners I have had don’t seem comfortable ever talking about a future. I am so tired of feeling as though I am doing this all wrong in my attempts to find a real partner for the past 13 years. That’s exactly how you can desire marriage but stay in a five-year relationship without a ring. She was cool enough to allow me to choose her, instead of forcing my hand. Your help is greatly appreciated as I am currently seeing another great guy. Say that you need to know you’re investing in a future. We’ve been seeing each other for just over a month now. And if we don’t call, don’t commit, and don’t propose to you (all in a reasonable amount of time), then guess what? We’re just going to continue with our happy, low-stakes status quo that you so generously allow. And since it’s pretty clear after three months that he doesn’t want to see you more than once a week, you’re gonna have to cut him off.
We want to be sure we connect with you, so please check that your email address and phone number are correct before you submit the form. I seem to always attract “great guys”, and we always have a lot of fun. But anytime I want to gently “clarify” what he wants (kids, family) nearly each and every guy I’ve dated shies away. And you ask so many questions that you scare men, and sabotage your own relationships. I don’t think I come across as “easy”, and I am intelligent and take care of myself. Maybe you won’t say anything because you know that if you do, the relationship will end. If my 38-year-old fiancé had done that after a month or three, we wouldn’t be getting married. Meantime, I’m still going out with friends and about to go on two dates (that I really don’t want to go on but I’ve been told you’re supposed to “date”).
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