(Closed) Marriage proposal

posted 6 years ago in Proposals
Post # 2
180 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: October 2015

A deeper look couldn’t hurt!  You say you have doubts – I think your first step is to figure out exactly what those doubts are and evaluate them.  Are they reasonable doubts or just panic at uncertainty in what the future might hold?  Are they things that you can work on, either as a couple or individually, or are they permanent concerns?  Are these doubts based in personal experience, or just vague fears?  From there, you can hopefully move forward, whichever way you and your partner decide to go.  Good luck!

Post # 3
42 posts
  • Wedding: September 2017

I agree. It’s better to take an extremely deeper look before the proposal so you’re confident in your answer.

When we first started talking about it, it took me off guard. And I had all these “what-if”s but I definitely thought really hard about it and asked me parents/grandparents how did they know they were with who they wanted to marry. My grandma essentially said “I loved him and didn’t see any reason not to marry him” Which I thought sounded weird at first but it helped. I do love him, I’m attracted to him, he makes me happy and I see no reason not to marry him.

I still think “what if this happens” or that or whatever but to me the benefits of marrying him greatly outweigh the slight possibility of this or that happening. Of course, other factors have to be considered but definitely take time to just sit and really think about it. Good luck! 

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