Groom Humiliates Bride On Wedding Day Now She Wants A Divorce

Every time we get married, we expect it to last forever. We rarely think it will end prematurely.

Unfortunately, there are times when marriages don’t last, and we may find ourselves seeking a divorce earlier than we anticipated. That is what happened to one woman, who was seeking a divorce less than a month after she got married.

Is there anything that makes a marriage last? The key to a successful relationship is trust and communication, most successful couples will tell you. It is something we need from the very beginning.

They didn’t have trust and communication from the beginning for this woman. She made this very clear to him prior to the wedding, and he not only went against what she hoped for, but he also ruined the day of the ceremony.

It may seem silly to some, but it was important to her. At the reception, she didn’t want her husband to rub the wedding cake in her face. Although he didn’t do it, he did grab her head and push it into the cake.

I got married just before Christmas and hope to be divorced or annulled by the end of January. That wasn’t the original plan, but …

I never cared about getting married, but I wasn’t against it either. We decided to get married in 2020 when my boyfriend proposed. We each took on half of the responsibility for planning the wedding, but I think I was reasonable when he really wanted something. The only rule I had was that he could not rub cake in my face at the reception.

As a reasonable man who knows me well, he did not. He grabbed me by the back of my head and shoved my head down into it. Since the cake was destroyed, he had a bunch of cupcakes as a backup.

I left. The next day, I told him we were done. I stand by that statement. Over the holidays, EVERYONE has urged me to give him a second chance. That I am overreacting due to my issues (I have claustrophobic issues after a car accident years ago, so I panicked at being shoved into a cake and held there). That I love him (even though right now I don’t feel that at all), he loves me, and that means not giving up at the first hurdle. Everyone is so confident in their assurance that I am making a terrible mistake that I wonder if they are right.

Source: Slate

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