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The relationship is traveling into their third (or sixth) year and nothing is wrong except these girls would like to take the relationship to the next level and their men have yet to agree.

Are these guys patient or just stringing them along? As it turns out, there isn’t a lot of recent research on the courtship length prior to marriage.

In real life God doesn’t make such obvious house calls.

A massive 89% of us move into a shared flat or house together before we get married, which seems pretty sensible (how else are you supposed to check whether they’ve got a secret Joe Mc Eldrey fandom going on) but is a big cultural shift.

The average bride in 2017 is 30.8 years old, and the average groom is 32.7, which is nearly a deacade older than the average in 1971, when your standard first time bride was 22.6 years old, and the groom was a super young 24.6.

However, if you are asking yourself “when is he going to propose already?! You’ve probably picked up on an inequity in he relationship, and one (or more) of your needs is not being met.

You might even be filling your thoughts with anxiety and frustration about the future of your relationship.

There is actually a lower divorce rate now than in the 80s, and what marriage means on a societal level is also changing.

Only time will tell how modern marriages are growing and changing from those started long ago.

What do these timelines mean for you still waiting for your man to propose?

I’m a believer that couples can have independent timetables from those stated above depending on their circumstances, but partners need to have a mutual agreement and understanding about the future timeline of the relationship in order to survive- and that agreement needs to be upheld.

It’s a tricky question, knowing when it’s the perfect time to get engaged.

When you announce your engagement to the world, the goal is for people to be happy and excited, rather than thinking ‘about bloody time, it’s been literally decades’, or, even worse, ‘Wait, who’s the bloke holding the ring box in the photo?

This may reflect growing trends in the delay of marriage.

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