holy crap you psycho...no man wants to be "trapped" into something that's already a death wish!
Trapping a man into marriage only leads to anger, distrust, and eventaul divorce, IS it realy worth all that pain and suffering?
WHY?? would you want to "TRAP" anyone into a relationship with you?? Much less something as serious as marriage??
If you are a person with thoughts and feelings of wanting to trap your boyfriend into marrying you....STOP....you need counseling, not marriage.
Know that EVEN IF you were to suceed at such a crazy plan. Neither of you would be happy.
You are trying to fill a need that is psychological.
It can only be resolved when you come to understand WHY you do this. How destructive it is, and how you can meet your inner needs, without destroying lives, or making BAD choices.
There are many places you can get free couseling. Open your phone book and look-up your local City, County, or State Services or call a Helpline for further direction.
There are people out there who really care. They try to help other people for a living. They have so much love to give, and that's how they let it out in a responsible way.
Why on Earth would anyone want to trap someone into marriage?
I know a man who did this to a woman. It was because he wanted the woman to take care of him. After they got married he decided he didn't need to work, because they could live fine off her income. Talk about premeditated entrapment!
now why would you want to do that? Put yourself in his shoes and you will figure out more than the answer you seek!
that is one way to start a horrible relationship and end up with a marriage full of disaster if not endong prematurly in a very hatefull way.
Never try to trap a man, think of it this way, would you like to be trapped in a relationship..or worse a totally legal and committed marriage.
If a marriage is meant to be, neither party ( man or woman ) has to be trapped..its called MUTUAL LOVE.
By wearing high heels and push up bras you are not comfortable at all yourself. By bleaching your hair and being a Marilyn Monroe flashback, which every man dreams off. By watching the whole college football game and keeping the beer and snacks coming in the Saturday afternoon, pretending you had nothing else to do. By giving him the afternoon delight his current, soon ex-wife has been refusing for years.
But in the end who is being trapped, you or the man you are trapping?
This sounds like a question that leads to other inevitable questions, like "How do I kill my husband?" or "How do I poison my Husband?". Some say the institution of marriage is in decline. I don't know that I agree. But this is a terrible question to ask. It smacks of desperation. It is cold and calculating.
The question says a lot about the Questioner. Sorry if that isn't the answer you are looking for. A person in a trapped marriage will never be happy. If someone trapped you into marrying, would you be happy? I am just trying to make you see where the question is going.
Love should be a natural thing. Just let it happen naturally. Let it come. If a person is truly looking for love, then people will see that. Don't give up on the hope of finding the special person in the normal course of life's events. It will happen, if we believe it, and believe in love.
You will probably be crying and whimpering in a couple of years when you have two rugrats and one on the way, and your trappee has either bailed or is beating on you.
The other replies here are too polite. If you are considering that, you deserve the hell you will get. Dumb "c-word".
Oh, I see this is an old question. How's that plan of yours working out?
You can't. It will always lead to divorce. I've heard ,as I'm sure everyone else has as well, that woman will get pregnant, which is selfish and stupid. If the guy isn't into you, he's not worth it.
Trapping a man into marriage could only lead to bad news and I would only expect it to backfire through kharma. Persuasion is not convincing someone to get something they don't want to. Persuasion is getting someone to do something because they want to do it.
If you want to trap a man into marriage all you have to do is cut his legs off so he cant run away!
if you were to trap a man into marriage, then you would have to keep doing all of the things you did to trap him, which obviously you wouldnt normally do. how fun does that sound? also, it costs 50$ to get married, and upwards of 3 grand to get a divorce. save yourself the money and heartach and find a man who wants to marry you.
tell him that if he wants this pizza you just got then you should marry him. It works for me every time.
Be careful what you wish for, as you might actually get it.
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