Would You Go Ahead With A Wedding After Discovering Your Partner Is Terminally Ill?

Would You Go Ahead With A Planned Wedding  Even After Discovering Your Partner Is Terminally Ill?

This is a very difficult question to answer. It is also a difficult one to decide and even more difficult to do. A real test of your love.

Alright a lot of us already know that you have a moral obligation to stay with your wife or husband if she or he suffers from terminal illness; but what if this happens before marriage? Are you morally obliged to go ahead with such wedding just to prove your love?

Sincerely, would you want to go ahead with your wedding plans should you find yourself in that kind of situation? Would you do it out of pity? What would your motivation to go ahead with such wedding plan be?Is it truly because you do love the person?Is it wrong if you decide to walk out of the relationship because you know you can’t cope in such a situation?

 Don’t you think the person does not want you staying with him out of pity. He might  need love and support but is it easy to give such when you find yourself in such a difficult situation?
Yes, we do know that love is enduring both in sickness and in health which are words you might have said should you have married.But even when married,would you have considered a divorce if he was diagnosed after marriage.
Shouldn’t you be honest with yourself  even though you might find yourself  filled with guilt and frustrations. Maybe this is not a situation that you can handle and  It will be better for the both of you if you can both discuss about it.
What will you do if you find yourself in such a situation?



11 thoughts on “Would You Go Ahead With A Wedding After Discovering Your Partner Is Terminally Ill?” by iyandasdiary (@Iyandasdiary)

  1. I dont think so

  2. s'am (@samenyuch)

    best advice. dont do it!

  3. truelly with love and understanding why not but if not dont make yourself too early a widow or widower.

  4. hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm….a deep breath….well….if that’s how much I love him then I should be preparing to be a widow too, with good plans to keep the family stable after the demise…but i believe in miracles tooo…

  5. This is when you know which love is true and which is bling bling or kpalasa (fake). Real Love is sacrifice. Love is not milk and honey, neither is it a buffet of mouth watering cuisine. Love endures and often times pain defines it not lottery jackpot. That is why i laugh when people deceive each other with that word. Back to the question, Yes i would marry her and give glory to God for bringing such a wonderful person my way.

  6. I jes cant cope with it……

  7. Depends on whether the knowledge was early in the relationship. Also depends on the type of terminal illness.

  8. love beyond the dove above
    can win a twin and even a ring
    but more than mere lore
    it conquers all

    sick or in pain
    what matters is love
    accepting or rejecting
    is the answer of love………..

  9. kay (@kaymillion)

    Is ur love also terminally ill?
    If not then y leave?
    Anyway, as for me i won’t consider marrying someone i can live without so wether therminally ill or not i will nt be able 2 live without d person (technically) so leaving wil never be a choice……we will go ahead nd marry afterall miracles still take place……#i rest my case#

  10. If true love is involved and the terminal illness isn’t terminating in months and weeks, why not? After all, some got married in perfect health only for one spouse to be diagnosed of one terminal illness or the other within months of the wedding

  11. AS THEY SAY LOVE CONQUERS ALL

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