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How do you know it's the right time to settle down?

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    How do you know it's the right time to settle down?

    I’ve been dating my girlfriend for about a year now… we’re in a long distance relationship and I met her through this site called LoveMe.
    We’ve met when I visited her in Bangkok, Thailand and things have been going really well between us. The distance has been weighing
    on us and it’s obviously frustrating. We’ve been talking about what it would be like living together and surprisingly have been fun talking
    and thinking about it too… so now, I’ve been wondering.

    Maybe it’s time that we think about settling down. But, maybe it’s because of the distance frustrating me that is making me think about these…
    so now, I’d like to ask, how do you know that it’s the right time to settle down? How do you know that it’s about time to think of marrying and starting a family?
    I am financially stable and I’m confident that I can support her as well. Although, having kids would be for a latter time.

    But anyway, I really need advice… it is smart for me to think of popping the question?

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    I think for each person is different. I don't really know anything about your or your past relationships, what her thoughts on the matter may be etc.
    For me, though I tend to live with someone well before anything too serious is spoken about. I currently spend 6 out of 7 days of the week with my bf staying over at my place. On the one night, he isn't here it's girls night and my bestie comes over to watch movies.
    We have been together about 10 months now and we are starting to speak about getting married and having kids. In contrast, I dated and lived with a previous boyfriend and we never spoke about either of these things. So it's all about communication and you as individuals.
    Personally, I wouldn't 'pop the question' if you haven't spoken about everything before.

    Best of luck.

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