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Other than that, I pretty much let it flow for about a year. If there was no commitment by the two year mark I'd begin to get restless, and I'd probably have checked out of the relationship within the next six months.

After a year, it has to already naturally be REALLY serious (like I could see myself marrying the guy, and he coud see the same, within another year or so), or I'm out. Usually I sit around for a good long while celibate and miserable about it, then after a period of time (from months to years) someone will catch my eye and I'll go for it. In my early twenties I had a three year relationship which was stable and nice, but it didn't appear to be going anywhere so I dumped him just before the third anniversary (he only just married his new gf at age 33! I subsequently had a relationship which lasted just over two years; we lived in the same house-share and I moved out before the two year mark because I was losing interest due to lack of commitment, and after several more weeks of indecision I finally dumped him (he's been with his new gf for four years and still hasn't married her! Another relationship suffered a similar fate; the guy in question made it very clear that he wasn't interested in marriage, so I ended the relationship just after the two year mark (he's now mid-thirties and still unmarried).

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Thousands of happy men and women have met their soul mates on Indonesian Cupid and have shared their stories with us. For a fun, safe and uniquely Indonesian dating experience, join free today.If there was no commitment by the two year mark I'd begin to get restless, and I'd probably have checked out of the relationship within the next six months.In my early twenties I had a three year relationship which was stable and nice, but it didn't appear to be going anywhere so I dumped him just before the third anniversary (he only just married his new gf at age 33! I subsequently had a relationship which lasted just over two years; we lived in the same house-share and I moved out before the two year mark because I was losing interest due to lack of commitment, and after several more weeks of indecision I finally dumped him (he's been with his new gf for four years and still hasn't married her! Another relationship suffered a similar fate; the guy in question made it very clear that he wasn't interested in marriage, so I ended the relationship just after the two year mark (he's now mid-thirties and still unmarried).Well, one issue with marriage is I feel I can't do it until I'm financially stable.Right now I'm in grad school; my expected salary upon graduation should land me in the (hopefully upper) middle class, however, for the next 3-4 years I am guranteed to be very poor as my stipend is pitiful Thankfully, I have no loans I don't feel like I could marry a girl while I'm still in grad school even if I loved her a lot.I mean, for me marriage is intricately connected to having kids (I want 3 or 4 ! I can't afford real estate and, similarly, I can't afford kids (I don't want to have kids until I can afford good (probably private) schooling, etc..) Hmm, interesting...

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