I am so glad that you are able to get married after all. I am engaged now, and we plan on having a long engagement (We agreed to wait till I get my degree). I cannot imagine how that had to be for your. Bless You!
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“The secret of health for both mind and body is not to mourn for the past, worry about the future, or anticipate troubles, but to live in the present moment wisely and earnestly.” —Buddha
Same thing happened to me. Looking back it was the BEST thing that could have happened. He is now married and I see how that life could have been mine and I get so happy and thankful it was not me. Don't get me wrong- I was mad and upset at him. Since then I have got to explore the world and have even found the love of my life.
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6/13/14 7:38 A
WHHAAATTT!!! Not cool, try to hang in there. Guess it wasn't meant to be, but what a bummer!!
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1,172 6/12/14 2:16 A
I am so sorry for you however, I had a roommate while in college whose fiancé and maid of honor fell in love while working together on the wedding and they didn't know how to tell her so waited until not long beforehand - just weeks away after a lengthy engagement.
It was awful and awkward for all those who knew them but better to find out in advance than after one is married.
It is also best to learn how your loved one handles stressful situations, and how he treated you. Didn't break it off in person? I would be wary - hopeful for the best but cautious. He should have been thinking about how you would feel, and if you are so intimate, why couldn't he talk to you - or ask you in case you felt the same way and thought things were moving too fast? Please look out for your self.
We talked yesterday. he got cold feet and got stressed out about multiple other things going on. I think we will be able to work through it. But, its still fresh and still hurts
3/8/14 10:39 A
Oh no! So sorry you are going through this...
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