Cold Feet Before the Wedding?

Prompted by a New York Times article that discusses research that men and women who feel like they might be making a mistake right before getting married are more likely to end up divorced in the long run, Dr. Nancy Kalish writes on the psychology of making major decisions. Research shows that when making major decisions, the further away the action is the more we are able to focus on the positives but as the day draws nearer the negatives make themselves more prominent. In this respect, it would be only natural for people to have second thoughts before marriage. How serious do these doubts need to be before they are “too serious?”


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