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    ...you had a huge argument with your partner a day or two before you got married? (assume over something very trivial blown out of proportion). Would you think "This is it, if someone can even argue with me at the most important time of our lives, there is no way he'll be a good wife/hubby" and run for it? Or would you think, "So what, every marriage encounters problems at some point anyway, this won't harm our marriage, it was a one off" and get married (even if you'll be marrying a little less happily)?

    Sounds a bit of a random question but it's happened to a friend of mine and I've suddenly become really worried - it must be the worst thing ever to fall out during a time when you need to feel most loved.
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    depends if it could be sorted before the wedding. i wouldnt go ahead with the ceremony if i was pissed off with my fiance.
    what does your friend say about it?
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    To some extent it depends on the nature and seriousness of the argument I suppose. If its something huge and irreconcilable then its going to be more difficult than if its just a petty insignificant argument.

    I think though if it was just any old fall out, like couples tend to have, then I would follow your latter train of though. ("So what, every marriage encounters problems at some point anyway, this won't harm our marriage, it was a one off")

    Just a shame it has to happen to your friend I suppose. I hope that whatever happens she is very happy.
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    Or would you think, "So what, every marriage encounters problems at some point anyway, this won't harm our marriage, it was a one off" and get married (even if you'll be marrying a little less happily)?
    That.

    That someone can argue with you "at the most important time of your lives" is just a sign of how stressed and excited everyone is; or, at the very least, it's ******* human nature. People will disagree and not want to hold onto their feelings forever. There's never a good time to argue, but sometimes it must be done. It shouldn't be read into - arguments are rarely malicious, everyone nearly always thinks they're doing the best for everyone, so don't react spitefully.
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    I wouldn't mind if it was just a small argument
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    I'd realise that if I loved them enough to get to this stage of getting married it would take a lot more than one argument, no matter how big, to stop me.
 
 
 
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