Also, I think it would be in your best interest to relax and wait for him to propose marriage to you. Aside from him probably feeling insulted by the gesture, can you imagine if he did go for it?

most guys perceived that risk to be on the guy’s side only).

If the guy is having those kinds of fears, you might want to consider a prenuptial agreement.

The problem is, there are many considerations that guys have to make that you need to consider too. Personally, I don’t plan on getting married until I’m ready to start a family.

When you can understand why a guy might have reservations to getting married (or at least, might not be motivated to get married), it will help you communicate better and ultimately get you to a place where you may both decide it’s time for marriage. That’s just my personal view and I’m not suggesting or projecting that anyone else should share it.

Sharing your feelings with him is fine, but you want it to be from a place of love and understanding and not from a place of frustration and impatience.

Personally, my criteria for getting married is: Other than those reasons (and I would need to have all 3 be true), I would not get married. Doesn’t mean I wouldn’t date a girl long term to see where it goes, but unless I’m at a point where those conditions are all true for me, I wouldn’t marry yet.Every man has heard countless stories about men getting screwed in divorce settlements.Now I know that there are lots of counter-stories where women have gotten screwed too, but guys don’t typically hear those stories.Please understand that I get that and I’m not saying that last part to be sexist or “old fashioned”.I’m just sharing how many guys think about marriage.) Plus, for the guy it’s not like he’s not getting love or sex beforehand.You can’t force a man to marry you, but you certainly can inspire a man to…