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Why It’s Okay To Be Wrong: 7 Signs It Was Time To Call Off The Wedding

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  1. Bee says:

    I needed to read this. I just walked away from a draining relationship and I feel 5 lbs lighter. I was unhappy, stressed, and I consistently questioned why I stayed complacent with someone who I just could feel wasn’t meant for me. I cared about him, but I felt like that wasn’t enough to sustain a relationship. I also felt really suspicious and I didn’t feel like things were “right” – I had a gut feeling about us throughout the duration of our relationship. I was trying to figure out if it was just me, but I came to see that he just wasn’t the man for me. I feel like all of your points where spot on. I learned that you shouldnt sacrifice your happiness or peace of mind to keep someone around. Also, trust your intuition – that’s a reoccurring theme for me.

  2. Gabby says:

    I thought I was the only person feeling like this. Engaged at 21 unexpectedly, 9 months before the wedding it was over. I felt like I lost myself in that relationship. Now going on 24, I still wish I was married at times, but I want to make sure whoever I marry is the right one for me! Blessing in disguise! My family later said they didn’t care for him and seen more signs than I did.

  3. Khandi says:

    I almost got married once.I was so emotionally invested in a wedding that I didn’t realize I neglected him and pushed him away.the thoughts of having a big dreamy wedding consumed me and I think he proposed to me, just to make me happy so I could disturb him less and as a distraction so he could cheat.I remember when he posted an entire album of photos with them together on fb, my stomach n my knees got weak and all that came to mind was how was I going to explain to my family

  4. Iteal says:

    I totally recognize myself through this article. I’m almost 30yo and with my bf for 3 years now. I think I’m so focused on getting married and starting a family that I refuse to see the signs. Pretenting to be happy when clearly I’m not. I dropped everything (job, family and friends) for him and moved abroad to be with him. And now, resentment is the only thing I feel. I think it’s time for me to let go…

  5. Shaunic says:

    Thank God you saw the light and accepted it. Most say “I do” to see it!

  6. jwezee says:

    Such an emotional story…even yet an amazing write up…loved every bit. Am learning.

  7. Olanna says:

    I can totally relate, it’s difficult , but eventually I chose to choose myself.


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