(Closed) Spoiled my proposal

posted 6 years ago in Proposals
Post # 2
914 posts
Busy bee

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atob:  Honestly, I don’t understand why he is blaming you. It would have been better if he just asked you what has been bothering you. Hopefully you are on the same page now.  It does not have to be a surprise to be special. 

Post # 3
927 posts
Busy bee

I think a proposal can still be so special even when it isn’t a surprise. Don’t hold onto this, beating yourself up, lest you actually spoil it with negativity when it does happen. 

Post # 5
9575 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: September 2015

The surprise is the least important part. Truly. Most women have an inkling it’s coming, and you still don’t know exactly when or what he’ll say or the ring. The most incredible part is that HE ASKS YOU TO MARRY HIM, the bells and whistles seriously dont matter. So just pretend you know nothing and go about your business merrily and stop your moping!



Post # 7
5778 posts
Bee Keeper

This will be a much more relaxed and happy time for you now to wait for his proposal. Because before you were wondering “Is he really serious about marrying me? Is he really going to ask me?” An now you know, yes he is going to ask, yes he is planning a proposal, yes he wants a future with you. So now the question is WHEN will he ask me? not ‘if’ he will ask me? So you can feel secure and happy not uncertain and sad. I am in a similar position to you- waiting for a proposal from a man who has told me he plans to propose- and trust me, you will feel much better waiting for something you know your partner wants too than wondering what he is thinking. I’m sure your propsal will be very special when it happens ๐Ÿ™‚

Post # 10
1246 posts
Bumble bee

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atob:  All the best! Congratulations

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