Dating for 4 years and no proposal
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Writes Stephana: My boyfriend and I have been together for almost two years. I know we're still young, but I'm very ready to be engaged and then married.
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Here are my thoughts: Well, a guy shouldn't feel like he's being forced into getting engaged—at the end of the day, you want him to to marry you.