Post # 32
Thanks everyone for their comments and advice. I wasnt speaking to him after that incident on way home becuase i knew i would blow up. Later on in the evening we had a chat and he said he didnt want to be pressured. Since then I have let it go and havent spoken about it or brought up any wedding stuff. So we will see what happens.
Post # 33
I think you made the right decision beckyh in just dropping it. I really think if you give him time and don’t pressure him, we’ll be hearing soon that you are engaged
Post # 34
Sounds like he has some issues, which isn’t a huge deal, we all have them. Logic would say, ok, let’s go look at them since we’ve been talking about marriage. When logic doesn’t happy, you have the human error. Our brains make us do crazy things. I’d be mad too and I think Fiance and I had a few days like that. We went to look at Erings and I looked at some sets and he got all weird that I was looking at bands to. It’s like, you knew it was bound to happen! Silly guys. Talking is the only thing, albeit painful, that will work that out UNLESS you are patient enough to let him do it in his own way. Five years is a long time and rings are so pretty!
Post # 35
In my experience, guys just do things on their own timeline when they’re ready, it seems like the more hints you drop the more they back off. Maybe he feels overwhelmed right now. You don’t always know what’s going on in their head, but it can be the slightest thing that can set them on this “she’s not getting her way yet,” attitude. When the timing is right, and both of you are willing to talk, I would ask him why he reacted that way and if he feels pressured. It’s always good to know that since he may not necessarily fess that up on his own.
Post # 36
Your actions were probably interpreted as nagging… sorry!
Also – is it possible that he doesn’t like shopping in general?