Moving in together. Maybe the idea has been floating around for a while now. Whether you’ve been together for years or you’re just feeling like he or she is the one, there are a few ways to evaluate whether or not you’re ready for this next step.It should go without saying, but if you’re not totally besotted with your partner, merging lives and spaces is going to be a challenge. When you’re confined to the same place, you’re going to see each other at your bests and worsts. If you still want to curl up in bed next to your significant other at the end of a cranky, sick, stressful day, making the move might be that next logical step.If you get sick of each other easily, sharing the same four walls might feel claustrophobic. If you can’t get enough of each other, and find most quirks endearing, you’ll be better prepared for the adventure.
If he does not talk to you, maybe he thinks that it is for yyou to decide and he expects such a step from you. Discuss with him in general the question of living together. Figure out his opinion about how long a couple (not exactly you, some abstract couple) should date before starting living together. And then, according to what he will tell you about it, think whether it is time to tell him about starting living together or you need to wait. There is no exact time, you should decided it for yourselves. I wish you good luck in making such a decision
Moving in together before marriage is a bad idea. Marriage is about commitment . . . a commitment that should last a lifetime. All too often, people who move in together end up getting married because it's easier than splitting. People who live together before marriage have a higher divorce rate. If you love him, then make the commitment to each other and get married. If you're not ready for that commitment, then don't move in together and play house. You do not have to settle. An engagement should come with a marriage date - not a test period.
You know that living together is the most adorable thing ever that we have decided to do, because now nobody cannot control us and our sexual desire, because we are always alone and we like to meet at home with friends, but when we do that the time passes too fast and then we are alone again.
if you love your partner and everything seems to be alright then don’t be afraid of talking directly to him. Maybe he also thought about moving in together but also thought that it is not the right time because you say nothing about this. If you really think that it is high time to make some changes in your life then what is the problem? Do it!!! Start with saying how he is dear to you and how you love him. Then remember how much time you are together and then you will have the opportunity to say that you was thinking about moving in and here ask him what he thinks about this.
I see that thread was started long ago and probably there is no need to give you some kind of advice. But I want to say that I totally agree with everything that is written above. I think that there is no need in hints. They make the life more complicated and I think we should avoid them. I think we should say everything directly and not afraid to look like a fool. So I would like also to ask if you have already move in together and how are you I general? It is very interesting to me to know the developing of the situation and solving of the problem.
I'd say if you are 18-24, you shouldn't live together at all. Be young. Explore. Make friends (because it only gets harder once everyone hitches up and has no time. It is easier to find a lover than a best friend).
If you asked people 30-35, you'd get a totally different answer. I'd say that if you intend to get married or have kids, dating for 2-3 years and not even being ready to live together is a bad sign of how into each other you are.
well i wont say that dating 4 month is really very big date to move together but it really depends how old are you. if you mature enough to understand all the responsibilities of such decision then why not. move together and dont mind about it, make everything if you want to be happy especially if you feel that it is them time to move together. but if you do it only for fun and yo dont want to have future with this person and you even dont see him as his future husband then dont it.
I also think that if you feel that it's time to make another step in your relations, then why not? You just need to know that it's a big step and big responsibility to live together, because you will share family life, money and you will see each other every day, but not only on dates when you look perfect and have only good mood. It's not easy to live the another person, you should be ready to see not only merits but also demerits of your boyfriend, which he may be hided on your dates...
So, if you are ready, then talk to your partner, try to ask what his point of view about this situation is and decide together, if it is time now or may be you should wait a little...
I think that probably your partner feels the same, he may be afraid of your reaction concerning this decision. I suppose that you should have the conversation with him, explain your feelings and expectations concerning your future relationships. If you really feel that he is a person with whom you want to have something more than dating, then it is worth to do the first step. Living together will help you to understand each other's need, interests, likes and dislikes better, check your relationships in the course of everyday routine. I hope that it will only strengthen your feelings.
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