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The Way Forward After A Rejected Marriage Proposal

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I think the problem here is that some guys assume that every girl wants to get married but if you've never even spoken about it then why propose???? And if you have, you would know where to stand and this would be avoided
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Shoo! That's a tough one. Do you carry on dating? Do you break up? Do you expect him to propose again after some time? Actually, these are really questions that need answers
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If I proposed and my girl said no, that's it, we're done. Things would never be the same again after that. That's a hell of a big step for a guy
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Oh wow, I would hate to be in such a position. But I think if you really love him and see a future with him but you're just not ready - rather say yes and prolong the engagement while you explain everything to him because it's hard to redeem yourself after declining a marriage proposal, I would think
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You can actually talk about to see if she is ready to get married. Some women want to do more before settling down. You need to talk about your goals and plans for the future so you don't embarrass yourself. If she said no, then you break up. No use staying with someone who doesn't see a future with you.
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Just know the reason why she declined. Maybe she loves you but not ready for the big thing yet.
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This is ouch! If the girl said no, respect it and decide whether to continue with the relationship or not.
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Give her time. Maybe she is not yet ready. It doesn't mean that you need to break up already.
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She wouldn't say no just because she is trippin'. There must be a reason behind. Find it out.
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My first marriage proposal was rejected too. It was tough to swallow but then I realized I am such a lucky man because few years later, I met my future wife. (We got married already).
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You can try asking her again when you think she is ready. Maybe you asked at the wrong time.
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The relationship doesn't end when a marriage proposal is rejected. It could sometimes mean that the girl thinks you still need more time to prepare and get ready for the big responsibility that comes with a marriage.
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If she rejects me, I'd be sure to keep the ring in a safe place so she'll never have it even if she wants to get married already. I'll make her wait. Hahaha.
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I rejected my bf's proposal the first time because it was too soon. We still had to plan for our future. He proposed again after a few years and still no. We weren't there yet. Last month, he proposed again and I said yes. Finally.
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Try not to propose her once more, there is no reason for that. Simply adore her and make her vibe that you really cherish her. In the event that she enjoys or cherishes you she will herself propose you. In the event that she doesn't do that its better to proceed onward, don't propose her again she won't acknowledge your proposition. On the off chance that you propose her again you may lose her as a companion. So on the off chance that you genuinely cherish her simply continue adoring with no desires.
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Well, why propose when you know she is gonna say no? You don't just propose, right? If you are in a serious relationship, you and your partner must have been talking about settling down. That's when you get your hint that the girl is ready for it.
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Is she doesn't wanna be your wife, then move on. If you think she doesn't love you enough to marry you, no point to hold on.
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There is a right time for everything. Maybe the girl is not ready yet. If you love her enough to ask her for a marriage, then just give her a little more time. Love is not the only consideration here.
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I rejected my ex before. I didn't feel he was the right man for me. We broke up after that proposal. I just never thought of him as husband material.
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A rejection isn't the end of the world. Sometimes you need to work harder to show your partner that you're ready and willing to commit your life to her.
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