I’m engaged to a guy who refuses to sign a pre-nup agreement because he’s offended by the request. Would you still marry him?
by Sarah Smart
April 9, 2019
Q. I am engaged to a guy who I know deep down in my heart does not love me the way I love him. I’ve never been married, and he’s the first one to ask me. (I’m 35.) The problem is that he refuses to sign a pre-nuptial agreement which states that if our marriage ended, he would not get any of my money. He says, he’s offended by the agreement, and claims it’s an affront to his manhood. I really want to get married and have children, but I’m reluctant to marry a man who won’t sign a prenuptial agreement because I own property. What would you do?
A. I wouldn’t get married if I were you, at least not to him.. You are marrying for the wrong reasons anyway. To know in advance that you’re marrying a man who might not feel what you feel can’t be brushed aside. The pre-nup is a non-issue at this point.
Q. Do you think that a guy could really be into you emotionally, and flirt with your best friend in front of you whenever the three of you are together?
A. NO!.. and neither should you!
Q. I became engaged last month, and a few days later, I received a phone call from a woman saying she too was engaged to my fiancé. When I confronted my boyfriend about it, he snapped in denial and insisted that vehemently that he’d never heard of the woman. But I didn’t believe him. So I set a trap at a restaurant and I had the woman there. He came in, saw us sitting together and ran out the door. What do you think?
A. I think you ought to run too…but in the opposite direction.
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