(Closed) Cold Feet or Paranoia??

posted 4 years ago in Emotional
Post # 2
9788 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: September 2015

So he cheated on you twice and he lashes out in anger in a way that scares you and is a generally negative person? Why in god name are you marrying him? I’m assuming you were born in 93 right? So youre 20? That is way too young to settle on someone like that, in fact any age this marriage would be a mistake.

listen to yourself, it’s not cold feet it’s the wise decision- call off the wedding. ScorpioGirl93:  

Post # 3
694 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2014

Cheating is a strange way to cope with depression, IMO

No, you are not paranoid – you are going marry someone who cheated on you twice. So naturally you have no trust in him now.

By the way, firefighters and doctors are saving tens of lifes everyday, but they are not running to altar with those resсued. 

Post # 5
2122 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: June 2014 - DD born 2015 DS born 2017

You can do much, much, much better hun!!! Trust me, you know when you know, and a cheating, scary man who makes you cry is not the one. Not even close to it. I feel so safe and happy with my husband all the time and we completely understand and trust each other. You deserve this too! Leave him!

Post # 6
1089 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2013

“He’s not the guy I started dating and I know that he won’t be the guy that I marry either.”

looks like you’ve answered your own question.

Post # 7
9108 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 2010

Get out while you can.  He sounds potentially dangerous & he’s a cheater.

Post # 8
5140 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: December 2014

ScorpioGirl93:  He sounds just like a guy I dated for a while. He’d treat you well and be pleasant just enough to keep you going. Then he would flip out over nothing and get scary mad, but you’d just play it off as stress and him not being himself because of it. Sound familiar? This guy I dated flipped his shit at me one time because I forgot to bring a chipotle coupon to his house, he couldn’t let it go, even when I offered to pay for the chipotle, got so mad that he sent me home for the coupon and then was still so mad that he didn’t even get the chipotle! It’s not rational and it’s not just because of stress. Life is stressful and if this is how your Fiance deals with stress, that is part of who he is and you don’t need to bear the brunt of it. The cheating just adds on to the pile of nastiness. Cheating is not a healthy way of dealing with depression. This whole situation screams emotional manupulation.

You don’t owe this man anything. If he does not treat you well and does not make you happy, it doesn’t matter how far along in wedding planning you are, you need to get out. The real mistake would be to go ahead and marry a man who is emotionally manipulative and has an anger problem to the point where you are scared of him, it’s only a small step to physical abuse at that point.

Post # 10
5162 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: June 2014

ScorpioGirl93:  Yep, call it off. While he hasnt laid a hand on you yet, I bet that will easily change after marriage. 

Post # 11
456 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2015

ScorpioGirl93:  It’s neither cold feet nor paranoia.  It’s your gut and your brain telling you something is terribly wrong.  I have never once considered that my fiance and I might divorce.  Never.  Do you want to be with someone who thinks cheating is excusable by depression?  The thought of inflicting the that kind of pain on one’s future wife should make a good fiance physically ill.  

You deserve someone who doesn’t cheat and can manage his anger.  Do you really want to marry a man who cheated on you?  There are so many better men out there.  You deserve better.  Divorce is messy and expensive.  A break up is so much easier.

Post # 12
578 posts
Busy bee

Run. Dont walk. Get away from this loser!

Post # 13
6530 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: September 2013

ScorpioGirl93:  yes you should call off the wedding. he cheated on you TWICE and you are not even married yet. he lashes out at you? this is just the beginning. 

Get out asap. I know its easier said than done, but YOU will be saving YOUR OWN life

Post # 14
243 posts
Helper bee

Follow your gut. If you have to ask the question, it sounds like you already know in your heart you should call it off! only you can make the decision, but he sounds like an extremely negative and hurtful person. Best of luck!

Post # 15
720 posts
Busy bee

Addressing this from a different angle.

In a health relationship, you would be able to say “Hey honey, I get scared when you lash out at me over little things. I understand that you are tired and stressed, but when you do this, I don’t feel respected and it hurts our relationship and our love.” In a health relationship, your Fiance would hear what you said to him and vow to keep his work stress in check / not take it out on you because he too cares about the long term health of your relationship.

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