My boyfriend and I have been dating for about a year and a half now and are going to be moving in together here soon. Everything has been absolutely wonderful so far and believe it or not, we have never fought, disagreed, etc, we just get along fabulously. We are both in college, he will be graduating in a few months, but I still have another 2 years to go. I never thought that I would move in with someone before marriage, but it's happening and I'm really excited about it. However, the whole issue of marriage has never come up in conversation and I want to know if he has any future notions of us getting married at some point. I don't want to be "tied down" by getting married until I have graduated, but I would like to know if it is something that may be a possibility. It's ridiculous but I'm afraid to bring it up in conversation because I don't want him to think I'm pushing too much on him. Our entire relationship has always been stress-free and I really want to keep it that way as we have both had our fair share of crappy relationships. Everything has always been so relaxed between us, but I just don't know how to bring up the whole subject of marriage. Should I just leave it alone and wait for him to bring it up? In past relationships, this subject was brought up by the ex-boyfriends, and I always felt really uncomfortable and never could commit myself to going down that path. In this case though, I have no problem saying that I can commit myself to him completely. I know he loves me and has every intention of making our relationship work, I just don't know if he is at a comfortable stage of committing himself to me for the rest of his life. I want to bring it all up and just have a nice conversation about it, but I don't know if I should wait or just go for it? How do I bring it up in conversation?