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No, because that would be a binary choice and I don’t believe in binary choices.The fact that he would mistreat you at all seems to be a character issue, and that is absolutely a huge red flag to me. Perfect ever since that rocky first month, I don’t see how you can give greater weight to his previous behavior than his more recent behavior. I would say that the kind of person who is distant, puts you down, avoids sex and breaks hearts is a high-risk partner – the kind who may not have the capacity to make ANY woman happy. It makes a difference if you’re 25, 35, or 55, you know? It makes a difference if you have to be in a specific city to do your job or if you can do it anywhere. It makes a difference culturally and financially where you choose to plant roots. It makes a difference in how much time you have to invest on a risky relationship. But I would suggest that two years in, you may or may not be positive that you are meant to be married, but you should be sure of one thing: Your life goals and your boyfriend’s life goals are one and the same.The past few months I’ve interacted with so many people who are moving way too fast in their relationships.While I don’t necessarily know the cause of this desire to move so fast, one thing I’ve observed as a professional counselor is this: Debra Fileta is a Professional Counselor, speaker, and author of the book True Love Dates: Your Indispensable Guide to Finding the Love of Your Life, and 21 Days to Jump Start Your Love Life, where she writes candidly about dating, relationships, and how to find true love.Some days I’m confident in my choice and other days I think I’m crazy for basing life decisions around someone who mistreated me.He’s said that he’s 100% committed but he’s also said that he doesn’t know where this is going (which is how I feel).By the way, it’s worth it to mention: just because he wants to marry you does not mean that you should want to marry him. There are two separate choices to be made, Eve – your choice as to whether you can let down your guard and trust him after two years of good behavior, and his choice as to whether he wants to marry you. While you don’t state the things Evan points out (age, job, reason for the move), I wonder if you are looking for “permission” to break things off with your guy (through group consensus)?
Does a bad beginning mean that we have no potential?
He was sweet, patient and persistent and I became confident there was potential.
However, after sleeping with me the first time he was distant, avoided sex, stared at other women, put me down, etc.
A college boyfriend did this to me and to this day, as soon as a man does this, its over to me.
Don’t feel guilty or look for “us” bloggers to convince you to stay.
This consumer mentality applies to everything from the technology we get caught up in, to the food we consume, and even the relationships we get involved in.