(Closed) Doesn’t it always come crashing down?

posted 7 years ago in Waiting
Post # 3
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197 posts
Blushing bee

I know it seems depressing now but try to relax and still enjoy your anniversary. He obviously still wants to propose and has been very upfront and honest with you that his plans had fallen through and he hasn’t been able to purchase your ring yet. I think once everything settles in, it will happen. Trust me, you won’t remember being upset or anything that it wasn’t when or where you wanted him to propose. All that matters is that you will be getting married to the love of your life. I wanted to be proposed to at a certain place in town that I love and Fiance ended up taking me to a lake one night and proposing there. It’s now my new favorite spot!

Post # 5
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197 posts
Blushing bee

@OmigoshesGrrrl:I know but you’re still going to spend together for your anniversary!

Post # 6
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1738 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2016

@OmigoshesGrrrl: Hey you’ve got a great guy who is being up front with you, and not letting you down at the last minute (or doing that guy thing and pretending to forget, thinking that’d somehw make it easir on you).  You know it’s coming, which is a darn sight more than many ladies on here.  It sucks to be disappointed, but you’ll both get there.

Maybe it’d be easier for him if you’re able to let him know it doesn’t have to be a super expensive or fancy place for him to propose, so that his next set of plans won’t be as easily dashed (and he won’t be spending money on a location instead of your ring).  🙂  Keep us posted – you’ll have ring porn for us soon enough 😛

Post # 7
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3461 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

I know what you mean, I always plan our vacations, so it would be very hard for my SO to surprise me on one (and takes a bit of the romance out of it if I did the heavy lifting planning for the vacation).  That said, you still will get to enjoy your anniversary and perhaps another vacation in a bit so don’t despair.

To say you’ve lost hope in everything and you are terribly depressed sounds very dire.  I very much hope you are greatly exaggerating how you feel.  If you are not, however, please seek help – from friends, family or professionals.  This language is not a joking matter as I believe it’s what people use when contemplating suicide.

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