There are multiple reasons why your partner doesn’t want to marry you and they’re not always due to immaturity or no longer love you. Read on and find out what are the most important factors to consider.
Falling in love is one of the most beautiful emotions anyone can experience. In fact, the happiness of being with the person you love increases when, when the time comes, your partner suggests that he wants to marry you.
But what happens when this doesn’t happen? When, as long as you wait, doesn’t the long-awaited question come? Thousands of doubts and fears are likely to pile up in your head.
You have to take something into account. The fact that you want to establish a married life does not mean that your partner wants the same. The other may love you with all his heart, but they influence multiple factors to consider.
First of all, it’s important to know that just because your boyfriend doesn’t want to get married doesn’t mean he doesn’t love you. It is often said a lot that men have greater resistance to commitment than women, but that is not true.
Currently, there are many girls who do not wish to commit. Relationships evolve and, with them, the needs of each one. You should not compare yourself to other couples or base a hand order on a show of love.
But how can you know he doesn’t want to marry you? Some of the signs are as follows.
Avoid talking about it: whenever you try to bring the subject out in the conversation it does not elude you and start talking about something else.
He makes no plans for the future: he never talks about his life as a couple and does not make plans for the future.
He doesn’t make a decision: he doesn’t finish taking a stand on it when the issue comes up.
Avoid talking as a couple: never use “us” in conversations.
The reason a guy may not want to get married doesn’t always have to do with whether or not he takes the relationship seriously. Actually, there are other factors that may be influencing:
Marriage means nothing to him. Many people do not feel represented by a signed role or by an institution. The idea may simply go against its principles.
He believes he still has goals to achieve. In this case, the idea of compromise may be beyond your mind, but later in time.
Fear of commitment or loss of freedom and independence.
He believes he does not have enough material and economic resources to take responsibility for starting a family.
Traumatic past experiences: divorced parents or a failed marriage.
He’s not in love anymore. In these cases, you probably not only want to get married, but you want to leave the relationship and don’t dare. So the best thing for your dignity and self-esteem, if you discover this, would be to put an end to your own.
Learn to be patient in the difficult situation of discovering why your partner is afraid of marriage commitment. Some keys that can help you are:
He talks about it (always from respect and calm). Let her know what you want, what your plans are, and your expectations about marriage.
Don’t burden him or force him to get married. This is one of the most important decisions that exist and cannot be made lightly or under pressure. In the same way, I’m sure you have enough self-esteem to know that you shouldn’t beg or blackmail anyone into being with you.
Explain that getting married doesn’t ruin the relationship, but enshrines the love of the couple. He may have the wrong picture of what a marriage means.