Our expert says:
Hi BWB ! And thanks for the compliment. Every groom-to-be tends to get nervous pre-wedding, and especially if a previous marriage was nasty. And this may be appropriate, especially if he leaped into this relationship on the rebound from the previous one. Would he perhaps be open to the idea of entering on some pre-mariage relationship counselling ? Faced with strong opposition to the marriage, he may well just dig in his heels and press ahead more firmly --- but if it's put to him that such counselling could help both of them to see that they can be more sure that this will suit them all, and that they can prepare for a happier relationship, he may be more amenable to the idea.
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