Are you engaged, single, married or perhaps in a serious relationship? I know many of us (particularly ladies) think about dating and marriage either in a serious or in a casual way. But, have you ever pondered on what makes a man pop the big question? There are so many sweet stories of couples that ended up being sour; I mean they ended up going separate way after courting for years. What?
Bright humanity will, however, reveal 7 major reasons why that man never popped the big question despite loving their partner. Studies have revealed that the best time for a man to get married is between age 28 to 32 because the older they get, the lower the chances of getting married.
People enter into a relationship for both love and to start a new family, but not everyone is that ready. Also, not every relationship is fit for marriage. With family member’s pressure, a lot of relationships have ended up in regrettable marriage. So think twice!
A Twitter thread that originally started with an Instagram post stated: ‘Men married not because of love, but timing and being ready prompts many men.’ A lot of men found someone they could settle down with when they got ready. This is very true, according to research that questioned 3,500 men, and 20% of these men described their fiancés with appearance words like beautiful and attractive. A larger chunk mentioned things that are related to being presentable and clean. Fundamentally, they want a partner they are not ashamed of when in public.
True be told, men are quite influenced by families and friends. A recent study revealed that might fall in love real quick only if their friends or families support them both are a great impact on a man’s decision to get married. A lot of women tend to be quiet and want their men to read between the lines at times. Women want to seal their relationship to feel loved and secured. So long a woman stays quiet around the house; it sends different messages and in turn, might hinder the man from popping up the big question.
Numerous studies have revealed that couples living together before marriage have a 50% chance of getting married. Living together and getting married are entirely two different things. Men don’t, however, differentiate both as they consider themselves a family man already. Most men don’t want you to care for them alone; they want a pusher and a supporter.
Every man needs a woman who can catch up with their pace in life and in turn make them feel addicted. People enter into a relationship for both love and to start a new family, but not everyone is that ready. Also, not every relationship is fit for marriage. With family member’s pressure, a lot of relationships have ended up in regrettable marriage. So think twice!