Post # 1
So, I’ve posted before about wanting to get married, but SO saying he doesn’t believe in it 🙁
We did talk about how it was important to me and he listened, but I left it that and haven’t mentioned it since.
For that last fortnight or so he has been acting strangely. It’s hard to describe. I thought he was being a bit distant, but then he would be texting me more often than usual, calling me, hugging me, telling me I’m cute, spontaneously dancing with me…just being loving and having lots of fun.
The other day he bought a CD and I joked that it will be the perfect music for our wedding. He said “when we get married, we will have much better music than this!” !!!! When we get married!!!!
Ok, maybe I’m reading too much into this, but it has got me quite excited!
Post # 3
hi! love when they saynthings like that!!
seems to me, you need to find out exactly what is going on inside of his head and tell him exactly what your expectations are. it’s not really fair of him to say something like that when all he’s said to you in the past is that he doesn’t want to get married. hmmm…confusing! have a serious conversation with him and tell him how you feel. if he says he still doesn’t want to tie the knot, then let him know not to say little things about “your wedding” if you want to get married, which it sounds like you do, give him reasons not just “because i want too” guys aren’t emotionally driven like we are so most of the time when we need to explain to them why we want something we have to do give specifics and rational ideas. silly boys. good luck!!
Post # 4
The quickest way to get a man to marry is to drop it/ignore it. If you don’t believe me read “Why Men Marry B*tches”.
Post # 5
Hmmm seems like some major hints to me! Lol maybe him saying he doesn’t believe in it was just a decoy? 😉 just give it time, and don’t press the issue. he’ll talk when he’s ready
Post # 6
While this is a sweet story and i’m hoping it’s a sign he’s had a change of heart, based on his pretty definitive comments regarding marriage, I’d keep my guard up until you start hearing more on the topic from him. Best wishes!
Post # 7
@TurquoiseSilver: Please keep us posted! I had the same SO. He was against marriage and would make jokes about how shitty marriages are. I eventually told him that I didn’t find those jokes funny and that I intended to get married someday soon to a great guy, whether it was him or someone else! It got him thinking. Maybe that’s just what you did too!