Let’s face it, when you’re visiting someone, even if it is your S. Even after years of dating, they might not know your secret indulgence of supermarket cake while standing in front of the TV. Talk about how late you like to stay up and how early you like to wake up. Because you’d be surprised how quickly resentment can pop up over money issues. And when one of you wants to have people over, how should you plan to let the other person know.
People are getting married later in life, spending more money on weddings, and, according to a new study, they're spending more time getting to know each other before tying the knot.
Apparently, most couples are dating for much longer than they used to before walking down the aisle, according to a new 4,000-person survey from the wedding planning app and website Bridebook.
In fact, the average bride and groom in the UK date for 4.9 years before getting married.
I've dated/interacted with men who I wouldn't have dreamed of being that serious with at any point because we weren't well-suited for each other, and I've been involved with others where I was confident and optimistic. If I were she, yeah, the move in question would totally freak me out. There is no right or wrong answer; however, for me it would be after the wedding.
If I remember correctly, you mean New Year's Day, 2014, so you are a few days beyond the three month mark. If you think it would freak her out, it will probably freak her out.