Married Libras....

With all this indecision... How did you finally come to peace with your decision?

My bf has been brought this up (very non-chalantly) quite a few times lately. We just got back together after being apart for about 2 months (I broke up with him, and we were miserable apart). We are having a lovely conversation together and he starts to tell me that he cared for me so much that he has even thought of (meaning marraige) >>holds up his left finger
my mum is a libran and she married my gemini dad when she was 23. funnily enough i was talking to her about this a couple of hours ago. she told me that, in retrospect, she wished she had dated more before getting married.
how many gfs has your guy had? has he had lots of relationships? has he sown his wild oats, as it were? lol

i think the libran indecision comes into play when we haven't exhausted every other option already. we're always left wondering what could have been if we haven't checked it out.
in other words, has he seen enough of the world to know that you are the one?

my mum met my dad at 19 and began dating him at 20. she had very little romantic experience before that. they have been happily married for 30 years but she does regret not dating more guys before settling down.
hope this helps.
How does a Libra know that they are ready to commit to marraige?
does anyone really know?
I can't speak for the male of the species, but for myself, I would have to have complete trust in my partner. It would take a long time to develop that level of trust. I agree, wild oats should be sown.

The love would have to feel equal on both sides. Any hint of hesitation on the part of the other person would limit my ability to make that all-important choice.

Making a decision is hard, but once made, it is very easy to stick to.

----Aside from your Libra-question, I tend to try not to listen to any kind of marriage talk so early in a relationship, esp. a rocky one like you describe. Don't take what he says to close to the heart, hear it, let it make you smile (or cringe, or whatever it does) for a moment and let it go. Move on, don't dwell on it. Minds and hearts change very quickly. I don't think anybody - no matter the sign -- can be sure of such a thing in a couple of months.
Go sow your wild oats before you commit, lol. Because if you're not sure right now, you'll always have this doubt in your mind even after getting married, which will make your boyfriend and your relationship suffer, and even break it.





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