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You deserve someone who is as excited to marry you as you are to marry. Even if I had married any of the boyfriends I was in love with in my 20s, I would've missed out on what it felt like to be really wanted. And I totally agree with you about not making the wedding the goal. We are not long distance, but it feels like we are. I spend many a night going out to dinner with the parents.

We go for a week without seeing each other but then we might take a vacation and be together for a week straight (or longer). I am just hoping that my boyfriend can make transition away from the parents and stop relying on them so much.

Saw many friends put in five-year stints with guys who "weren't ready" -- but then married the next girlfriend after a year. Not sure I want to spend the rest of my life with him, but I feel like I've invested so much time, and that bailing now would hurt us both tremendously. C.: Isn't pressuring your man to walk down the aisle a slack of faith in him? Is it fair that the guy gets to set the marriage timetable?

Your ovaries are not conflicted about this -- waiting until your mid-30s or later to start a family is risking heartache. Hannah Seligson: Right, the different arcs men and women's lives take. He is great, but I'm not happy and question why I've let it go on so long -- on some level it seems like I've made up my mind to end it, but I guess I don't know 100 percent for sure, or how to do it if I do. I think of it more as a way for women to have a say in how the marriage timetable is set. Hannah Seligson: I think you should do exactly what you did. C.: Can you talk about the decision to move in together or not?

Most recently, he said he wants to move in with me.

I would be 100 percent or everything but feel we need to work out the sex issue and his attachment to his parents. Hannah Seligson: Have you brought up these issues with him?

For more tips, marital and relationship advice and to see how other couples have gotten to the altar, visit our On Love section. But we've been talking about how that is something that can change over time and about what can be done how and our fundamental relationship was really good. What is your prognosis on our potential for getting back together?

Hannah Seligson: I think the prognosis depends on what you both want. Also, are you sure you want to be with someone who pulled away when you brought up the idea of getting married?

I'm just writing to say that when I look back on my angst filled-20s and I read articles, I am reminded of the almost constant anxiety.

I don't think not living together says anythign about your relationship. I found in the research for the book that it gives couples more confidence about getting married because they've give the relationship a "test drive." _______________________ Washington, DC: My girlfriend and I have been discussing marriage this past week when we discovered a difference of opinion.

I feel like my partner should bring out the feelings of desiring to get married versus me having the desire to be married on my own.

If you aren't ready to settle down, I'd be really honest with your girlfriend and where you are at, keeping in mind that there might not be a "better" relationship out there.

Also, what does a great relationship look like to you? _______________________ Florida: If you want marriage and kids, do not date someone more than two years after age 25. Love him, but maybe not in love -- not great chemistry, lots of little things that bother me.