“I” this has nothing to do with “YOU”…Please by all means do YOU.
In my world, having personally experienced this…it is not ok to stay in a relationship with a man for several years and not be married.
In this day and time marriage is a big fat joke! So maybe that’s why the divorce rate is so high who knows? I would hope that the man I marry will respect the vows and be a God-Fearing man.
Tables Turned: Let’s say that Patrice is the man what would she do? Well, if I knew I had no intentions on marrying a female she would know giving her a “choice’. I would never shack up with her and we would have separate living arrangements until I put a ring on her finger and a wedding date is set.
I believe that two people really don’t get to know each other unless they live together but why bother if you don’t plan on getting married? Just get a roommate and split the rent/mortgage.
As a woman, I am upfront and frank and would hope being a man would not make a difference.
If you are totally fine with shacking up with NO plans of marriage than go for it…I am not fine with the idea and will never ever do it again UNLESS there is a future.
If I am not good enough to be your wife you cannot get into my cookie jar. Don’t make promises or keep telling me that “one day you will be wife” then 10 years have gone by and we still aren’t married
Might as well date who we want then my chances of finding my future husband is more realistic if he wants to play the waiting game. Two years and you are through…that is it and that is all.
***Remember to search your own soul for specific answers***
I give advice based on my personal experiences…
I sincerely thank everyone for reading my blog and sharing your views on life.
All of my posts are personal lessons I’ve learned through my “personal” walk and life experiences.
The purpose of my blog is to encourage others and in no way will I ever directly tell anyone to do anything because the decision is yours and yours alone.
I advise this does not mean you make a decision based solely on what is communicated to you via my blog. My responses are based on “What I would do” if I were you; based on my personal experiences.
In the end, the decision is totally yours and something you will have to live with not me. If someone told you to jump off the Brooklyn Bridge, would you? If so, stop reading my blog. Thank you!
Straight from my Heart, Patrice