Here’s a scenario for you to think about:
You’re a woman in a relationship with a great guy. He’s responsible. He’s kind. He’s great in bed. And you absolutely adore him. Your friends and family seem to think that you’re in a wonderful and loving relationship.
You’ve been together for quite some time now, and you’re starting to wonder if he will be the guy you’ll be spending the rest of your life with. But there’s a catch…
He hasn’t put a ring on it.
Uh oh. Though we hope we’re not pressuring you, you may start to wonder why he hasn’t popped the question yet. Maybe all you need is a bit of patience, and all he needs is a bit of time.
But now that we’ve got the idea into your mind, you might start to look for signs that he does want to marry you someday. Obviously, if you want to get married eventually, you’d have to double check if the guy you’re with is on the same page as you.
10 ways to know if the guy you’re dating wants to marry you
To find out if he wants to marry you *and that it would be wise to wait for his proposal*, here are some things you should notice in your guy’s behavior.
For instance, when a friend asks about his vacation plans, his response may be, “We’re thinking of going backpacking through Europe this summer.” His friend would already know who “we” refers to. Statements like this show that whenever he has plans, you’re included, too.
#2 He believes in marriage. There are some people who have lost faith in the sanctity of marriage thanks to the rising divorce rates. But not your guy. He maintains the belief that marriage is something worth fighting for.
Even if people are leaving their spouses, cheating and getting separations, he wants to give it a shot. And he thinks that you and he won’t be just another statistic in a divorce chart.
#3 He doesn’t gag when he sees people posting about weddings. Social media is rife with people who constantly post about weddings. Some have countdowns leading up to the big day. Others post pictures of their wedding day months after the actual event.
Your guy may not be a huge fan of this, and he may think that daily posts about some person’s wedding are a bit much. But he may say that ‘when’ *not if!* he gets married, he won’t be as obsessive about it on social media as a ton of other people.