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It's also really, really rude of him to just change the rules on you - he knew that the condition was that you were moving in only because you both had the intention of marriage and he agreed. You're making all the sacrifices here - giving up your job, moving, etc. Norajane is right about his ability to keep pushing things further off if you move in with him. I have already given my resignation for my job and have gotten an apartment.Also, moving in could lead to what psychologists call relationship inertia- moving to marriage only because it is the "next step." You don't want him to get married to you just because it looks like things are going that way. I think the key here is the reason he doesn't feel right about it right now. That really is unfair that he blew his part of the deal. I don't buy the fact that he wants to live with you before he decides if he wants to marry you.

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It was terrible because I had no money and it got so complicated because I made him move out and eventually just got sick of his lies.

Yeah it sounds like I was lucky that I hadn't married him first, but I don't think the situation would have even happened if we would have waited longer to get married till we were both stable.

Yes, this is most certainly one of those “easier said than done” situations, but I mostly find that to be a convenient excuse not to make the tough decision.

Often times women declare reasons for staying like “I’ve invested so much time in this relationship I don’t want to start over now” or “I don’t want to walk away from him now and then he marries the next chick that comes along.” But if a woman wants to be married and has waited 10 (or more) years in hopes of eventually being married to that man, it’s probably not going to happen.

If a woman is dating a man for 10 years (or more), she has every right to ask that man if marriage is on the table.

Ideally, she’d ask before a decade of her life passes by, but at some point the question needs to be asked.Men tend to carry the most blame when situations like this are queued up for discussion.Instead of empowering women, men are looked to be “wasting a woman’s time” or “too immature to settle down.” Granted, those viewpoints are likely an accurate description, I’m not exactly a fan of leaving personal, life-altering decisions in the hands of other people.He wanted a room-mate, companion and someone to help pay his household bills..attitude was why buy the cow when you get it for free!!I moved out....moved to another state 800 miles away and purchased my own home... He has committment issues and will never marry you. I have also been dating the same man for over 10years. Ladies who want marriage shouldn't lower their expectations.I have been dating my guy for 10 1/2 years but we still are not married.

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