Our expert says:
Lonely, I don't like the idea of your feeling you had to beg him for forgiveness, when you had done nothing wrong. Then, maybe it was a single act, but he showed abusive and violent jealousy, again as a gross over-reaction to a minor matter that a mature man wouldn't have caused any scene about.
It often happens when one falls in like, or even in love, with someone when one is young, that you grow apart as your lives develop in different directions. Staying with someone you have less and less in common with, and who seems to show excessive possessiveness and jealousy, and an unwholesome desire to control your choices and actions, is usually a really bad idea. "Disappointing" him, or his, or your family, is a tiny matter by comparison to getting you both tied into an unloving, conflicted, and miserable marriage. You could still remain friends with him, and with his family. But don't even dream of marriage , with anyone, until you are satisfied that you have truly got to know each other, during times of stress as well as times of calm, and that your love for each other is free, unselfish, and comfortable in the long run.
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