Am I getting to anxious wondering if he's serious or not or should I have patience?? If you are wanting things to get very serious and he is wanting to just date and is not planning on being with you for the rest of his life then you need to be on the same page if you are planning on spending the rest of your life with him. Are we serious enough about each other to be thinking we want to be together for the long haul? " If your relationship is really a serious one, you should be able to talk to him about it.Just come right out and ask him where he thinks the relationship is headed.Before me, he was in two longer-term relationships, and he said that he’s never had what we have now, that he’s never even considered marriage and kids with anyone else before and that I’m not just his girlfriend, I’m his best friend.My boyfriend and I have been dating for a little over two years.Even as far as future goes, he never says "us" its always "I." For example, when I get older me and my wife will get blah blah blah, its never like making plans for the future... \ I basically want to hear just some of his plans to include me, marriage is not anything I want for a couple of years but I would just think we would be able to include me just a tad in his plans... Hi my boyfriend sounded very much like yours even after 2 years with him, it was very frustating for me, I didn't know where we stood, then suddenly the truth came out he said we were friends...I don't know, maybe am I asking to hear too much to early and should have more patience or is clear to see that I'm just a phase and not what he wants in his future. I can imagine exactly how you feel, its not fair on us I've been with my boyfriend for a little over 2 years, and I just don't know how to figure out whether he's serious or not.
I know this all sounds like justification, but he really has made improvements in the past year.
Charlie is a freelance jingle composer and irresistible Cassanova who lives in a luxurious beach-house and rarely gets up before noon.
Charlie "temporarily" allows Alan and his son Jake, a food-obsessed, lazy kid who shuttles between his parents, to move in with them after Alan's separation/divorce.
People reported distinct age preferences for marriage; a serious relationship; falling in love; casual sex; and sexual fantasies. Based on the figures Buunk and colleagues (2000) provided (and thus the numbers are only informed approximations), I replotted their data superimposing the max and min age ranges defined by the half-your-age-plus-7 rule.
Now we can see how well the rule corresponds with people’s reported acceptable ages.