Hot Topic: This Afternoon we are talking about a woman whose boyfriend popped the question on Valentine's Day, she accepted but immediately had buyers regret and she is trying to stall the actual wedding. Here is what she had to say:

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"My boyfriend took me out for a very nice Valentine's Day. He gave me the royal treatment, I have never had a guy treat me so well for Valentine's Day.

At the end of the night, we were at an establishment when he had the DJ cut the music he arranged for everyone there to get a drink to toast with.

He got down on one knee and asked me to marry him while everyone was just starring at us smiling I said yes. It was the most romantic thing better yet days I have ever been a part of in my life, and the ring is absolutely beautiful.

The problem is I don't think we have been together long enough to get married, it's only been 7 months. I called my friend after he left, she says just make the actual wedding date a couple of years from now that way if he is not the man I want to married to it will come out and he won't be mad, hurt, etc etc.

Because I really like him a lot and I'm afraid if I tell him I don't want to be married for real at least not until we get to know each other better I guess, that he will leave me and I don't want that either P

Please help, should I take my friend's advice or something else, what should I do?"

This lady should stop leading her guy on plain and simple she is not ready for marriage. This man went through the most to propose he took the time and the effort to make this proposal special. She is still dragging her feet and playing games.

Most guys who are really marriage-minded are very focused and it seems like her fiance is very focused. This would discourage me from marrying this woman. She should either come forward with her intentions or just move on. For her to drag her feet like this seems very immature. What do you think? Check-in with me at (518) 370-9910 afternoon to talk about this Hot Topic.

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