The Twilight Saga is slowly, but surely, coming to an end. ¬†But don’t start feeling sad too quickly, because the last book of the series,¬†Breaking Dawn,¬†is being broken into two movies. ¬†On November 18th,¬†Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1¬†will bring Jacob ( Taylor Lautner) and Edward (Robert Pattinson) fans together for a drama packed finale. After watching Bella (Kristen Stewart) decline Edward’s proposal in¬†New Moon¬†just to accept it again in¬†Eclipse, the long awaited wedding is here. ¬†On top of that, Bella becomes pregnant with a half human half vampire baby that poses threats to both the wolf pack and Cullen vampire family. ¬†Get excited!


How do you know when it’s time to say “yes” to a marriage proposal?

Cupid’s Advice:

It can be tough to really know when you’re ready to marry someone you’ve been dating. ¬†The step between partners and spouses is a big one. ¬†Cupid has some things to consider:

1. Are you in love?: If you’re truly in love with your partner, it may be time to make it official. ¬†If you have doubts, it’s probably best to wait it out a while.

2. Why not?: If you’re not getting married because of a reason like financial issues, chances are you’re not ready. ¬†Go with both your gut and your heart.

3. It’s just a ring: Saying “yes” to a proposal doesn’t mean you’ll be signing a wedding certificate the next day. If the love is there, say “yes” and continue working on your relationship. ¬†If you change your mind, call the wedding off. ¬†It’s not preferable, but at least the option is there.

Have you ever said “no” to a marriage proposal? Share your experiences below.