It was me who asked him to marry me

A guy buddy of mine opened up to me about his most recent relationship not long after he had his degree. The love flame between them couldn’t have been much hotter because they had both participated in the NYSC program. That flame was put out immediately after the service when she proposed.
No, she did not make a proposal; according to custom, men should do that. The women enquire about marriage. It has variations like “When are you getting married?” and “When are we getting married?” Then came a story about her being the next person in her family to be married and how she had younger children to take care of, among other things. For him, it was the former, and she departed as soon as he gave his sincere response—that he wasn’t ready to get married. For her, it was a simple matter of the fact that he wasn’t the person he wanted to spend the rest of his life with. He may believe that she departed for a potential suitor who could fulfill her wishes faster than he probably could (and as she may have told him). Women who end a relationship based on the answer to the marriage question tend to think in that way. Because a woman doesn’t care how long she must wait for a man until he is prepared. The question is whether it will be worth the wait and whether he wants to spend the rest of his life with her. She must have been ready to spend the remainder of her time with him because she requested.

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