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Both of us valued our relationship, but wanted to accomplish other goals before making getting married a priority.Once we both graduated from college and got started in our careers, my husband proposed.
Five months: "We were in love and wanted to start the rest of our lives together.
We are both really happy with how fast everything happened.
When you know, you know." Two years: "A lot of timing fell to my fiance once we decided we were going to get married.
My fiance wanted time for it to feel special, be able to plan his proposal, and find a ring he thought fit my personality.
I know my fiance felt I was being a bit pushy, but I knew we were going to get married, so it felt unnecessary to wait any longer for an inevitability." See More: 9 Signs You're Ready for Married Life Three years: "We move every three months to a year for my partner's career, and three years allowed us to really test out the waters to ensure this lifestyle was a good fit for both our relationship and our future together.
If I were able to go back, I would not change the time frame.
We knew that we fit each other very well within the first two weeks of knowing each other.
It took some time for my head that was saying, 'this can never work — we don't even live in the same country,' to catch up with my heart that knew he was the one for me. Although, I was worried that other people would think it was too fast, especially because we were dating long distance — but ultimately, it doesn't matter what other people think.
We also waited to get engaged until after we moved in together and had tons of conversations about what our family's life would look like afterwards including living, work, location, religion, traditions, and more.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating