Dating a guy who has never been married
sorry to tell u this but ten years and no ring means he doesnt see u as wife material.u need to move out immediately, be on your own for a while, and then if he wants to get back with you, tell him that you want marriage and a it, u will be glad u did...😊 Hi Im sorry no one can state he doesnt see you as his wife no one knows whats going on in his head. I know how you feel Ive been with my fella 7 years we have a daughter and I moved out his house last year,it doesnt make them want to Marry you anymore, I never moved out because of that but I dont think my fella will marry me Im his 3rd Long term and the other 2 finished the relationship as he wouldnt Marry.My best friend was with her Husband and they got Married after 18 years together 3 years ago. If you move out its really really hard 1000 times harder after living together.The reasons given by the never-married men in the accompanying article are as myriad as those given by women I know of similar circumstance.Each case makes sense to the person at the center of the circumstances. The worst offenders in the slagging of never-marrieds are those in pursuit of a relationship with them.I used to say many times in years past: "I'd rather a man have been married and divorced -- twice -- than still be single and 45.That proves he has been unwilling to take a chance." Note that I used to say this.Until I met some wonderful men older than 45 who had never married for a lot of complicated reasons but who were very much open to the idea.
I know by your man wanting to Marry you it makes you feel complete loved and secure,unless anyone has been where you are they cant really quote hey x Ask him will you Marry me this summer a little wedding and see what he says ,if you dont ask you dont get and ask him for a striaght answer ?
Time to start establishing an independent life with people who really do support you emotionally. He didn't want to move in mine and his is very small t accommodate us all.
I was also in a 10.5 year relationship that ended before Christmas. Unfortunately, I have the children ( not by him) who have been asking, " when are we going to tie the knot?
Both have full -- one might even say overfull -- lives with lots of friends.
Neither has married, for similar reasons: too busy with their craft, life on the road not conducive to a relationship, etc. But when you start trotting out the societally assigned stereotypes for them, suddenly things get lopsided.
And, historically, it has connoted something pretty evil: the wearer of the label is unattractive, shrill, asexual.