How long did you and your fiance date before he or she proposed—and what's considered normal? Well, this might not come as a shock, but there's no definition of what's "normal. Even though everyone—your parents and extended family members and friends—will have an opinion on the matter, from "You're jumping in too quickly! Only you can know when you're ready to take the next step. But as a baseline, Ian Kerner , PhD, LMFT, licensed psychotherapist, couple's therapist and author of She Comes First , suggests that one to two years is often a good amount of time to date before getting engaged. And generally, that can happen in a year
Dating for 6 years and not engaged
Four years and not engaged yet. What do people think? | Yahoo Answers
The FH and I were together for almost 3 years before announcing the engagement which was done on mutual decision that we discussed for almost 6 months, instead of popping the question and will have been together for almost 4 years by the time we have our wedding. I'm getting a lot of talk from my family on how we haven't been together long enough to get married. What are your thoughts? How long is long enough or too short to be together before getting engaged? Personally, I feel 2 years is a good time, especially if you've lived together for one of them, if you get what I mean.
Four years and not engaged yet. What do people think?
You love him. He loves you. You feel like he's the one.
Getting engaged can be depressing. There, I said it. Awesome, definitely, but you know, a lot.