I personally know several couples who dated for five years or more and finally did get married (and are still happily married). Because I might have just given women stuck in dead end relationships which will never lead to marriage the false hope that they too will be one of those success stories, and the motivation (or excuse) to hang in their for another couple of years (or more). If you’re in a relationship with a man who is unable to ask for your hand in marriage, you have two choices: 1.
Ladies, before you get too excited let me tell you two things about those success stories: 1. I can only imagine the frustration and pain they constantly had to suffer as year after year flew by with nothing more to show for than some I love you’s and promises of impending engagement, as they watched their friends walk down the wedding aisle one by one.
Author Bio: Julie Spira is an author, entrepreneur, radio show host, and super-successful cyber-dater.
Spira served as a top executive at several leading edge Internet and communications companies; and today, as a cyber-dating expert, she shares her stories to empower singles on the Internet dating scene. Upcoming Book-Signing Events: "Be My Valentine" Dance/Mixer, No Waiting Dating at Aura Night Club in Studio City, Sunday February 15 at p.m.
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Cyber-dating expert, author and radio host, Julie Spira's, new book The Perils of Cyber-Dating: Confessions of a Hopeful Romantic Looking for Love Online (Morgan James Publishing) reached bestseller status on today.
The author lives a glamorous lifestyle as a single woman in Los Angeles.
With a designer wardrobe, a mailbox filled with party invitations, and an overloaded Inbox, she continues her cyber-quest to fine "the one." The witty and heartfelt book is filled with her hilarious "dating disaster" stories, happy romantic journeys, as well as valuable tips about cyber dating.
If it doesn’t happen by your one year anniversary, I’d say it’s time to “go on now go, walk out the door”. I can’t see a good reason to be engaged for more than a few months or for as long as it takes to plan your perfect wedding. And by the way, the same applies to guys dating girls that won’t commit.
Unless the guy is in the middle of med school (or the equivalent), he shouldn’t need more than 6 months to at least make a to marry you in the near future. If you can’t get clarity by then, chances are extremely high that it will never happen.
The book launched last evening at the Step Up Women's Network's Saint Valentine's Soiree at Social Hollywood, in Hollywood, CA.
Spira's romantic tell-all memoir is like "Sex and the City" in a Web 2.0 world.
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