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To this question, I respond that most of the things that are worth achieving in life require us to delay gratification and to prioritize restraint over indulgence in more primitive drives.

Recall Walter Mischel's marshmallow study which showed the value of the ability to delay gratification.* Mischel offered a group of four year-old children one large, puffy marshmallow but told them all that if they would wait for him to run an errand, they could have not one, but two, lovely marshmallows.

And if their partner hasn't agreed to marry before the self-imposed deadline, more than 75 per cent would end the relationship.

But the poll suggests it may be difficult to meet a woman's romantic expectations, as 43 per cent of those who do get the proposal within three years wish it had been more romantic and 42 per cent told their partners so.

According to this infographic from Wedding Paper Divas, 40 percent of couples wait 13 to 18 months between "Yes!

Whirlwind romances may not be to everyone's taste, but it seems boyfriends who are approaching their third "anniversary" are overdue for the ultimate romantic gesture.

The average couple gets engaged two years, 11 months and eight days after first setting eyes on each other, according to research.

But women feel ready to tie the knot even sooner - after just two years, seven months and 24 days.

But, of course, pointing out that not rushing into a pre-mature commitment is very difficult when we’re in love doesn’t really address the question at hand—that is, how long is it until the cocaine-rush of initial infatuation wears off and you can make a good decision?

When I give talks on how to make wise decisions about love relationships, the burning question that someone almost always asks is, “How long do I have to wait?

” The phrasing of this question illustrates the fact that waiting can feel like working against the tide of biology and the romantic rush of falling in love and making it official.

In some ways marriage has taken on a terrifying role in today's society because of what can come after: divorce.

It's not an unreasonable fear considering an estimated 40 to 50% of married couples in the US have divorced.