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Dating someone who never wants to get married

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I have always imagined I would get married one day.

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The dress, the chapel and the elaborate planning has never appealed to me, but creating a home with the person I love and opening myself up to that level of intimacy and commitment, does.

I view marriage as a creative and serious life endeavor: Then I fell in love and about three years into the relationship I thought to myself: I understand this person and I like it here. In fact, I think I could do this for a very long time. My boyfriend is adorable, loving, talented, funny, thoughtful, intelligent and above all, very kind. He shows up for our relationship every day in small and large ways.

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How do I know this? He told me so.

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My dad took me out to dinner one night and looking at his face that particular evening made me want to solidify the other important man in my life. I realized that I was finally one-half of a highly functioning, very loving and healthy relationship and this brought up some questions for me, one question in particular. Needless to say, I came home that night ready to talk. My boyfriend, always up for a conversation, sat down. Our first talk about marriage turned into an argument real fast.

My boyfriend was not saying all the romantic things I wanted him to say.

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In fact, quite the opposite: He said that he loved me very much but that he did not see marriage as the next step. Instead, he viewed marriage as an afterthought, something a couple does after many years of proving they can stay together.

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If you are in a similar situation, I hope this helps you. At first I took his opinions about marriage very personally, which is an understandable reaction.

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It's crucial that I recognize I cannot, and will not, measure my self-worth according to his ideas about marriage — or any of his or anyone else's opinions, for that matter. Rather than gripping tightly to my desire to get married or ideas about what a healthy relationship should look like, I have chosen to respect his beliefs and enjoy the commitment that is already present in our day- to-day lives together.

With this new attitude, I enjoy the deep love and commitment that is already present in our day-to-day lives together.

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I started by asking myself, Do I want get married one day? Then I asked, Do I need to be married in order to be happy? From there, I asked, Do I need to be in a relationship where I feel loved, respected, and understood?

To go even further I then asked myself a series of hypothetical questions: If my boyfriend never wants to get married, will I feel resentful? Will this ruin our relationship?