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I have been living with my boyfriend for 2 years now and really want to move forward and tie the knot. The trouble is, that when we first moved in together, he made it clear that he didn’t ever want to get married again (he’s divorced). I said ok, hoping that he’d change his mind. It’s been two years and now we fight about it all of the time. He says it should be enough that we love each other, but I really want the whole wedding experience. What should we do?
As you know, I am a firm believer in honesty in relationships. That being said, I’m not going to rub your nose in the fact that he was honest about his intentions moving in and you were not. You are not the first person to say ok to things that are not ok with you in the beginning of a relationship in the hope that you can change your partner’s mind as time goes on. As you are finding out now, that tends to lead to problems in the long run.
What is done is done. Moving forward, here are my recommendations for you.
I wish you the best. If you have a question for Gillian you can email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gillian Sky Walker believes in you! Her belief that her life’s calling is to be an inspiration and source of encouragement to as many people as possibe led her to create shinygilly.com, where she offers personal growth and wellness videos as Shiny Gilly. Gillian has over 15 years of counseling, teaching and speaking experience. She is the founder of Therapeutic Trance Training and leads several trainings a year, certifying others in this method. Her authentic and dynamic delivery makes wellness accessible and fun for everyone. Her certiﬁcations include Certiﬁed Clinical Hypnotherapist, NLP Practitioner, Registered Yoga Teacher and Reiki Master. Gillian spends most of her time speaking, teaching and ﬁlming. She and her husband run Shiny Gilly Productions, filming web content for local business owners out of their home studio. They also co-host a youtube show together where they discuss current events, interview local business owners, and answer relationship questions. They are ﬁnishing up a book on dating advice that will be released later this year