Our expert says:
Never marry in a hurry. There was excellent sense in the old customs of pretty-well all cultures, of a long engagement to enable you to get to know each other. One should not discover, afterwards, that you have nothing in common. What love is, is more mysterious. But if there isn't really any "like", I doubt that there'll be lasting "love".
The important question is, is this the person I would like to grow old with ? Not someone I have fun with right now, but someone I with good reason expect to be able to have fun with 40 years from now There's really no need for hurry - you will both still be around after a reasonably long engagement, and if in that time yo have changed your minds, far better to do so while engaged than when married.
I think when one has married for the right reasons, it is wise to persist, with the assistance of counselling if necessary, to learn how to sort out problems working on them together. If you ARE each other's problem, and marriage counselling is sincerely tried and doesn't help, I don't see value to ANYONE in glumly sticking together in misery
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