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18 months of dating going nowhere

Ted Huston, a leading researcher on transitions in relationships, marriage and parenthood, followed couples for 13 years starting in 1979.

I get asked a lot of relationship-themed questions given where I work, and one of them is from women with boyfriends who want to know how long to wait for the ring.

These aren’t women who have been dating for two months, but rather women who are in long-term relationships.

I know this all sounds like justification, but he really has made improvements in the past year.

Before me, he was in two longer-term relationships, and he said that he’s never had what we have now, that he’s never even considered marriage and kids with anyone else before and that I’m not just his girlfriend, I’m his best friend.

Right now we see each other 4-5 times a week, and I mostly I stay at his place.

He also has this professional project that’s a big priority.

Couples who fell fast in love were engaged after nine months, and married after 18 months.

These couples usually made it to their seventh anniversary before divorcing sometime later.

We are all in the same age range and try to live by the “rules” of not bringing up marriage and kids and future goals or when we want those things.

But shouldn’t we talk about that early on, in order to know we are on the same page? Now that you’ve been privy to this woman’s pain, insecurity, fear and longing, would YOU want to date her?

​However, what is your fault is when you do know and do nothing about it. So ​ for all you women out there who have a feeling it's going nowhere and need some proof to hit it home, take a look at these 25 signs your relationship is on a one way street to nowhere.