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  • image Ilianamolina:

    Then, we inevitably talked about the future. While we both envisioned being together, his memory of an over-the-top wedding and following downfall (his marriage lasted less than a year) taught him that a wedding is a big no no. I on the other side, long for a beautiful ceremony (it does not have to be grandiose, just meaningful). I started feeling resentful because he is financially ruined because of that and because for him, a wedding "is just for show"  

    Hi, sorry you are going through this. I can imagine it's emotional and stressful. It seems to me, your bf isn't so bad. You mentioned before you were pregnant knowing how he felt about marriage/wedding. He didn't feel bad about marriage just the wedding part. Considering he just went through a bad divorce AND you said he's financially ruined. I can't say I blame the guy for not wanting a wedding a year later. I agree with you, you don't want to feel like he's marrying you out of an obligation.....and considering you both just got divorced it seems like a good idea to wait anyway. He seems like he's there for you in every other aspect besides not wanting a ceremony. Hopefully, down the line if everything else is great (relationship, parenthood and finances) you can both compromise on a little ceremony with meaning, but doesn't have to be huge. Good Luck to you.
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