People have a tendency to make impulsive decisions, especially when they’re young. Getting engaged not long after having gone through a divorce is one of those.
Although she backed out pretty hard literally at the altar, in the end, it worked out better for both of them. He seems to have found happiness with someone else, and she is happier she didn’t go through with it, so that’s really what’s important.
We don’t claim to know what people are going through when they’re having doubts about their big day, but if you share your feelings with your parents and they recommend not going through with it or not making it official, you might want to listen.
In this case, listening to her parents could have saved this girl’s sister quite a bit of heartache, not to mention a whopping 25,000 dollars…
Red flag number one, overly jealous. Red flag number two jumps from relationship to relationship in the blink of an eye.
So maybe it was a blessing in disguise that she called off the wedding just days beforehand, seeing as she was already living with someone else a few weeks afterward. How people manage to constantly be in a relationship, we’ll never know.
Okay, ethics aside, this woman definitely had the better end of the deal. After discovering her fiance had an inappropriate online addiction, she called off the wedding and got to keep all the gifts.
Pretty sure the people who sent those gifts would have been happy to get the money back, but maybe she felt it was payment for emotional damage? Who’s to say, really.
Kudos to this girl that had enough self-preservation to recognize an extremely unfunny comment for what it really was, a threat masked as a joke. We absolutely need fewer people like this man out there in the world.
And we can only send good vibes to this girl and hope that she found someone who truly respects her and treats her right. Nobody, and we mean nobody, deserves that.