6 years together, day and night and still not married?
My boyfriend and I have been together for 6 years last month. We met when we were 16 and 17, and moved in together a month later.
So we have pretty...
Most Helpful Guy
Try talking to his parents (if your relationship with them is good). Mothers know very well how to get their sons to do stuff. If you talk to her about it and tell her that you want to marry her son, I'm sure she will find some discreet way to talk to him about it. And by discreet I mean that he will never know you talked to her.
What Guys Said 2
its a tricky spot I have been in myself, you might have to give him an ultimatum if you want him to really be serious about it. (He needs to think can he see his life without you). The problem with that is can you deal with the answer if its not the one you want to hear.
What Girls Said 1
if its _like_ you are already married.. why would he care if you get 'married'? you guys are doing all the stuff married people do. so what would the rush be? doesn't sound like he'd be gaining anything, or as tho he's missing out on anything he'd get being married.i don't see why he'd care much at this point. I wouldnt. if I was already living with the guy for 6 years. we are together, if we split it won't be because we missed a ceremony & a white dress..
on the other hand, he might not be looking forward to a wedding. they are a hassle. I bet if you told him hey lets go down to city hall for 15 bucks & tie the knot, he probably wouldn't object too much. if he does.. then he's just not wanting marriage, period.
honestly, he gives excuses its odd. I don't even know why having your own place maters. if your together anyways, what difference does it make in getting married- if you want to marry.
anyways, try the city hall plan. if he refuses, he's not into marriage. you can't get more convenient than city hall.
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