If you don't agree on marriage?

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If you don't agree on marriage?

KRD KRD
If you've been with your significant other for several years and you want marriage, but they're unsure of what they want, is it time to leave or wait and see what happens?
Answers (public voting - your screen name will appear in the results):
Hit the road
Geogeo , Missmarc , deltalima , Ghost , amazon , Rossie
6  (46%)
Wait it out
Nora29714 , ChickenFeathers , SubmissiveFeminist , pirata , ghalik , Rawr4483 , LaSchwartz
7  (54%)
Total votes: 13
Poll is closed
06/26/2012
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P'Gell P'Gell
I'd talk to them first. Won't know what they want until you talk.

I was with My Man for years, we had time for an Open Relationship and years of dating before we got married. I was, though, only 16 when I met him.
06/26/2012
js250 js250
It depends on how important marriage is to you. Is it a designated finale of a relationship or does it really mean that much to you? I believe it is not the be all of a relationship. A piece of paper is not everything. If your relationship is good without it why it so important that you could end the relationship?
06/26/2012
Nora29714 Nora29714
talk to them wait it out. my hubby and i got married on our 10 year anni. of dating
06/26/2012
Missmarc Missmarc
Quote:
Originally posted by KRD
If you've been with your significant other for several years and you want marriage, but they're unsure of what they want, is it time to leave or wait and see what happens?
I want to choose neither. You really should talk to your significant other and figure out why they are not willing to get married.
06/26/2012
ChickenFeathers ChickenFeathers
Sounds like my friendship with my wife. I had wanted to go out with her for the longest time, but she just wasn't ready. I waited quite a while for her, but it was worth it.
06/26/2012
deltalima deltalima
Quote:
Originally posted by KRD
If you've been with your significant other for several years and you want marriage, but they're unsure of what they want, is it time to leave or wait and see what happens?
I'm not waiting around forever.
06/26/2012
Bex1331 Bex1331
Talk with them, I can't just make a decision, why don't they want marriage, what is it keeping them from being ready? this isn't just a yes or no answer, it requires alot of conversation
06/26/2012
indiglo indiglo
I suppose it depends on how much you love them and what exactly YOU want. Seems to me that if you want to marry THEM you'd probably want to talk about it and work something out. But if you're just wanting to MARRY someone... you might be more willing to just walk out the door and find the next person to marry you.

For me, that kind of an issue would not be make or break - I love my man, period. Not with conditions, not with any end goal in mind, I just love him and want to be with him - married, not married, whatever. But if someone really highly values marriage, and holds that in higher regard than their current partner... well then their response would probably be different.

Just my 2 cents.
06/26/2012
amazon amazon
If it doesn't align with what you're looking for, don't waste your time
06/26/2012
Rossie Rossie
Ask them what they want, if they're still unsure, it's time to move on.
06/26/2012
LunaLuthor LunaLuthor
Quote:
Originally posted by KRD
If you've been with your significant other for several years and you want marriage, but they're unsure of what they want, is it time to leave or wait and see what happens?
listen to your gut feeling
06/28/2012
Total posts: 12
Unique posters: 12