Also we are both set in our careers making good money.
In my 20’s I would have said that I wanted to date someone for at least 2 years and not live with them until we were at least engaged, if not married.
The average couple gets engaged two years, 11 months and eight days after first setting eyes on each other, according to research.
Sure, it’s a cute romantic notion on “Last Tango in Halifax” to be swept off your feet so rapidly, but be careful.
That emotional need is precisely the one that leaves seniors vulnerable to getting scammed. You don’t have a biological clock ticking to contend with in order to have children.
Would you ever give your significant other an ultimatum, and how long would you wait?
Modern couples are rewriting the rulebook when it comes to weddings and marriage.
He has been married before and his ex wife decided she did not want children half way into the marriage and that is a major reason why they got divorced (along with many other things).
We both know that we are meant to be-neither of us have ever gotten along with someone else this well, we agree on child raising, finances, basic morals, etc and have discussed all of them at length, though we have not been together a year yet.Now I am 30 and I feel like waiting 2 years to get engaged is…well not a waste of time…but neither of us are changing who we are at this point, so why bother waiting 2 years when we could get engaged after 1? Whirlwind romances may not be to everyone's taste, but it seems boyfriends who are approaching their third "anniversary" are overdue for the ultimate romantic gesture.Once you are dating your single senior and start to have the inkling that this person just might be the new great love of your life, it’s not time to jet down to the courthouse. Too many seniors are so strongly desiring to be paired up again that they rush to get engaged too fast.Becoming engaged within just a month or two and spending large amounts of money on purchasing major furniture together is moving way too fast.Alexandra Campos, of The National Wedding Show, which carried out the poll said: "Men everywhere should be getting ready to buy that ring and get down on one knee if they are anywhere near the three-year anniversary.