What are the possible rushing into marriage problems? Rushing into marriage is a actually a phrase that we may hear often, but that's because there's usually a message behind it. Whenever someone says: I'm not rushing into marriage, we can assume that the person who is making that statement has in his or her mind that there could be rushing into marriage problems shortly after their wedding day. Now, when we want to discuss rushing into marriage problems we need to be very tactful because if you are part of a rushing into marriage conversation between you and a person who you know and you love very much (for example a sibling), it could be quite hurtful for both sides. You want to be as subtle as possible. What are the consequences of rushing into marriage? By the way, click here to find out what Jason Mesnick and Molly Malaney (The Bachelor) have to say about rushing into marriage! Let's take a look at this unedited and unpolished sneak peek of Life is Like a Box of Chocolates: An Inspirational Novel:
See, when we also talk about rushing into marriage we need to be aware of that there could be other circumstances involved in. Have you ever felt like someone is rushing you into marriage for religious reasons? Perhaps you are pregnant so you believe that your parents are applying pressure to you? Maybe you think that you guys as a couple are rushing into marriage for conservative and cultural reasons? I'd love to hear what you think about this. What are the consequences of rushing into marriage?