Average time dating prior to engagement
When I asked her what was new with the new guy, she said she's looking at rings. " in my head, while the other half screamed practical things, like "Pump the breaks!
Oh, and you can know what those faults are and enter into a marriage with open eyes about who you're really marrying. Here are some things that I think should happen before you decide to get engaged, regardless of how long it's been:—You should say "I love you" to one another, and mean it.—You should meet close friends and family members.—You should experience some sort of conflict to see how you both react to stress.—You should disagree about something.—You should know your partner's core as a person.—You should discuss your ideas about money, gender roles, and where you want to live.—You should feel in your gut that you can trust this person.—You should both come first to one another.—You should be able to speak openly and feel respected at all times.—You should feel comfortable about your sexual compatibility and both feel satisfied.
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It gave us time to save and plan, and instead of feeling rushed and stressed about wedding planning, we got to really take our time and enjoy it." – gmcr78"I'm excited to be married quickly but I'd love to have more time for planning and enjoying the process more." – wandajune6"From experience, I know that it sucks feeling impatient and wanting to get married sooner.
It's also kind of frustrating when everyone else is getting married before you, and especially when people constantly comment on the long engagement." – hellohkb"6.5 months was MORE than enough time to do everything we needed!
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