Our expert says:
Ironical, isn't it, how life can offer one a happy opportunity and a sad loss in the same 6 months ? Obviously, it's not up to any of us to say what you ought to do. Of course you might be acting to a significant degree "on the rebound" --- not on the rebound from the breaking up of an unhappy relationship, but in some forms of grief, one seeks to minimize one's attention to the sadness of it by carrying on rapidly, making new decsions one might later regret. It's well known, for instance, that widows often sell up the famil home and business, feling that this is part of cheerfully "making a fresh start", only to find within a year that they've made a bad decision, accepted a lousy price / deal, and wish they could go back to the situation before they moved and sold-up.
By general standards, it does seem very soon to be getting engaged, especially if this is to a lady you met after November. It's unfortunate if a visa or related problem makes you feel pushed towards a hasty devision, when time to be sure of your own state of mind, and the validity and quality of the relationship, could become clearer.
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