It was canceled quickly and quietly, long before any invitations were mailed, with no hysterical scene at the church and no frantic telephone calls to 300 guests.
While last-minute drama might have made for a more entertaining story, canceling a caterer, a church and a reception hall five months before the big event was dramatic — and traumatic — enough for me.
Right feels like will help you clear your head so that you’ll say “so long” to Mr.
Wrong — and recognize the right guy when he comes along.
In the aftermath of this very public and embarrassing breakup, I spent months — years even — figuring out why I almost married the wrong guy. And that’s a clear understanding of the qualities of a healthy relationship.
I had to look in the mirror and admit what I had known deep down all along: He was wrong for me. Sure, we all joke about that “list” of must-have qualities: great looks, intelligence, sex appeal, etc. The first step is to articulate what you want and need. As we researched our book, my co-author Jennifer Gauvain and I talked to hundreds of women and we’ve observed five universal signs you’re dating the right guy: 1.
If not, it’s time to pay attention to your gut feelings.
Do you have these qualities in your current relationship?Anne Milford is the co-author of (Broadway Books, May 2010).