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Why Hasn’t Your Boyfriend Proposed or Set a Date? With Dr. Zoe Shaw – 140

You’ve been dating your boyfriend forever, and it doesn’t look like he’s ever going to propose. You’re ready to take the next step, but what if he’s not? He may tell you there’s no rush, you love each other, and everything is good just like it is. Or, that your relationship doesn’t need that piece of paper to be a real commitment. Maybe you are engaged, but that wedding date remains in the elusive distant future. You’re not alone! So, how long should you wait? Dr. Zoe Shaw joins co-hosts, Darlene Brock and Julie Graham, to answer these questions and more. She offers us six signs that he’s not ready to take the next step and advice on how to make an ultimatum (and walk away if that time comes). You have every right to want to be married. We hope that this episode will give you the encouragement and confidence you or someone you know needs to leave the never-fiancée or forever-fiancée status behind.

You can follow Dr. Zoe by visiting her site, or finding her on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter as well as her podcast, Redefining Your Superwoman.

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You can also watch her discuss this further in this video!

Quote of the episode:

“Love is no good reason to get married. Lack of love is no good reason to get divorced.” -Dr. Zoe Shaw

Check out these episodes we mentioned: How to Embrace Love in Every Season With Debra Fileta – 123 and 3 Real Struggles Women Face With Dr. Zoe Shaw – 107!

Don’t miss this advice from Dr. Zoe!
Ask Dr. Zoe – How Do I Progress in a Relationship From Girlfriend to Wife? and Ask Dr. Zoe – Is It My Fault He Hasn’t Proposed?

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This Grit and Grace Life hosts, Darlene Brock and Julie Graham cross generational lines and draw from life experience to discuss all things life—from the boardroom to the bedroom, car-lines to college, being single, married or single again. Combining the two traits found in all women, grit and grace, they laugh, share insights and explore the road taken to find strength every day.

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