How old are the two of you?
No, I don't think he has lied to you. It is possible that he did/does love you, but as the relationship moved along he maybe has realized that at this point in his life he'snot ready to settle down.
"Never take someone for granted. Hold every person close to your heart because you might wake up one day and realize that you've lost a diamond while you were too busy collecting stones."
As Miranda once said in an episode of Sex and the City, "men are like taxi cabs" in other words, they aren't ready to settle down until their light comes on, then they marry the next woman they date.
I am 27, and he is 29.
I cant ask him why he still does not feel settle down. He may still wait for potential wife, yet , I know one reason relates to financial condition, he does not have much savings, and he does not have decent job. Although I told him I dont mind it and he does nto need to worry about it.
they aren't ready to settle down until their light comes on, then they marry the next woman they date.
I kinda of feel so also, cz I saw some cases like this. Why is that? why there are guys who do not want to marry girls who spent hard life with them, but marry hte next girls??
He's being honest with you. And I don't believe that he will eventually marry the next person that he dates when he is ready.
He has given you a couple of valid reasons why he's not ready to marry, and personally, they are the two most important ones. Marriage isn't cheap. You need a place to live, pay rent/mortgage, buy household things, put food on the table, pay for utilities, etc. Believe me when I say that's hard to do on one persons salary.
"Marriage isn't cheap. You need a place to live, pay rent/mortgage, buy household things, put food on the table, pay for utilities, etc. Believe me when I say that's hard to do on one persons salary."
I don't agree with you at all. Marriage (and living together, if you don't already) is less expensive than living separately. You get tax breaks being married and can share belongings rather than supporting yourself alone. And as for paying rent/mortgage, I assume they both do that already. Having a home has nothing to do with marriage.
I've asked all the married guys I know (I was asking these questions years ago), and they all said that when they found the one they wanted, it didn't matter how much money they had. Okay money is a legitimate concern in life but it doesn't override the DESIRE to get married.