My boyfriend and I have been together for nearly two years. Unfortunately, things haven't always been great -- but we've stuck together anyways.
The other night we had a talk about where we stand in the relationship. I asked him if he still feels the same way about me as he did last year -- within two months or so of dating he told me he was in love with me, and that he totally saw us getting married one day -- he says that he does see us long term, and eventually one day we will live together, but he doesn't know when he would be ready for all of that. He says he's content with the way things are going right now -- despite the bad times.
How long would you wait for someone you are in love with? I don't nessecarily see the rush, into getting married and such -- I guess I just don't want to feel like I'm wasting my time, but I'm also not ready to just give up on the relationship either.
Most Helpful Guy
You are young and in a committed relationship, there really isn't a rush.
However if you are 25 and he is about the same age, what are for? Two years is enough time to know if you want to live together. What is going to happen in the next 6 months/year/2 year that will make that easier or better.
If you feel like you want the relationship to go somewhere, there is nothing wrong with pushing for that.1
Most Helpful Girl
The more you force yourself to "unlove" someone or move on, the harder it is. All you have to do is distract yourself and the LESS you do, the EASIER it gets.
The LESS you do, the more you'll start to realize that you have control and he'll be crawling to you.
Another point I'll make, find someone else because you might end up falling in love with that person.1