(Closed) cold feet?

posted 10 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
18628 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2009

I think the two of you really need to consider counseling.  I don’t necessarily think that you like this other person but you feel like you are getting the attention that you wish you were getting from your Fiance and that it what is making you doubt your relationship.  You are your Fiance need to work on your relationship if you want to stay together (maybe even scheduling sex).  I would postpone the wedding until you know for sure.

Post # 4
1102 posts
Bumble bee

I’d suggest counselling too. It sounds like you are roommates (who have sex sometimes) more than an engaged couple, which isn’t a nice feeling (most couples do go through these phases but sounds like this has gone on longer than a phase). I’d postpone the wedding, try to be upfront with your Fiance and really think about what you want.

There’s lots of nice guys out there who’d treat you well…doesn’t mean you should marry them all 🙂 I’m just saying, there’s more to marriage than those things. I don’t believe in soul mates but it really doesn’t sound like you are ready to sign your life away to this man. “The Conscious Bride” is a good read if you would like some other ideas on being engaged and getting married.


Post # 6
69 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: May 2011

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@lala1981:  There always seems that there is never a good time — but if you want to be together for the rest of your lives you cannot put it off.  Although it is hard, it is better to air these things out before the wedding then after.

Post # 7
403 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2010

I was in the exact same situation over 10 years ago. When I finally talked to him about it, he admitted he wasn’t happy, either, and we agreed together to call off the wedding–6 weeks before we were supposed to get married! I brpke up with him a week later, and felt horrible, beating myself up over it for several years. I ran into him this spring, though, and he actually thanked me for seeing what he couldn’t–that we weren’t “it” for each other.

That being said, the physical/intimacy thing was only part of it. I also realized that our different views on spirituality were bigger than I really wanted for myself. But mostly, after months of questioning whether it was just me or whether sex really was supposed to be a bigger part of a couple’s life, I decided to take the chance that it wasn’t just me (my ex-fiance was the first guy I had been with). Turns out, it wasn’t just me, and now I’m engaged to a man who is just as wonderful and good and kind as my ex-fiance, but we are definitely compatible in the intimacy department.

Counseling isn’t a bad idea, at least to help you sort through your thoughts and feelings. Either way, good luck with your decision!


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