It most times, seems it’s never going to come, but this would help you get it better with your man, trust me you would get your desired ring soon:
Make sure he is ready for the commitment:
See if he’s committed to you in any way other than calling you his girlfriend. This could mean moving in with you, sharing a pet with you, moving to a new location with you, or even putting him in the same exact social circle as you.
See if he’s had other relationships. If he’s had significant dating experience before, then you shouldn’t be jealous, but fortunate that he’s had some experience with women and is more likely to feel less interest in “playing the field” and seeing what else is out there.

Be comfortable with him any time
You’ll likely spend the next 50 plus years together, so think of the big picture: Does it really matter if you get engaged in December or June? Of course, if your partner has been waffling about getting engaged for years and you know in your gut that it’s time, there’s really only one strategy that can help…

Let your partner know what kind of ring you have in mind
For many, the idea of ring shopping is perplexing and terrifying. The generalization that you’re supposed to be presented with an expensive diamond is ingrained in some people’s minds, so you can help to ease any possible fear. What kind of shape, setting and style do you want? Do you like diamonds, or do you like sapphires? This is your chance to speak up and make your stance known, since the ring is likely to be a factor in when you’ll get proposed to, depending on how long it will take to save up for it. You can say something like, “My girlfriend just got engaged—her ring is gorgeous. It’s just perfect; it has bla bla bla…” it gives the sense of what you are expecting, Let him peep through you phone while you are checking out rings online , possibly you end up choosing your dream ring together

Don’t frequently talk about your dream wedding.
Don’t show him or her photos of ice sculptures, wedding dresses, flowers or wedding cakes. The idea of marrying you might be appealing, but the specific logistics (and cost) of a wedding can be overwhelming to some people at first.

If he’s still trying to figure out his career, if all of his buddies are still single and not even really dating, or if he still has a lot of personal issues to sort out, then it may not be the best for him to marry you.
If he’s not feeling stable personally, financially, or even physically, then his mind may be on other things.
Still, keep in mind that there’s no perfect time to get married. If it hasn’t felt like “the right time” for years, then there may be bigger problems.




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