(Closed) Having second thoughts about speed of things…

posted 5 years ago in Relationships
Post # 3
Member
256 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

@SweetheartSarah:  Oh my goodness, I am almost in your exact same situation but switched – I am in the US, and my fiance is the one moving here on the K1. We are still waiting for ours though. I know that this response isn’t really addressing your concerns (it is tough!! I know!!) But if you would ever like someone to talk to who is in a similar situation, feel free to shoot me a message!!

The only suggestion I would have is to ask yourself if you are really willing to ‘wager all’ for this person. If you feel that you love this person enough to go through every kind of difficulty together, then I say just take the plunge! There is always a huge element of risk in marriage, right? If your love is strong enough you will be able to weather anything, and come out stronger in the end! BUT…If you are having any doubts right now, I would say that it is better not to jump in, yes, even after ALL that effort you had to go through to move to the US and acquire the visa. 

 

Post # 5
Member
256 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

@SweetheartSarah:  Ah, so the finances are your main concern! I probably misunderstood your first post, I apologize. I personally would not risk the Visa if that is your concern, (i thought that you were unsure about marrying your fiance.)

I will think about your situation more and get back to you if I have other ideas!

(And to be honest, we are going to be penniless when we start off but for some reason I am not worried LOL)  

Post # 6
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4755 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

I’m not going to lie… I’d be pissed off if I got you a fancy expensive wedding present to attend a wedding in which the couples doesn’t even get married.

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