Marriage is a lifelong commitment, and not a decision to take lightly. As excited as you may be to wear a beautiful dress and toast your nuptials with your loved ones, the real work begins once the honeymoon ends. This is why you need to know that the person you're planning to spend your life with is the right one. If you're on the fence about whether or not you should walk down the aisle with your boo, you should know the signs you'll regret marrying your partner.
In the beginning, you may be too smitten to see any of the problems in your relationship. But there are signals that your romance is headed down a wrong path that you definitely shouldn't ignore. Financial issues, an inability to communicate, and a lack of trust are just a few red flags that can give you a clue that you will end up regretting your decision to tie the knot. And although no one goes into a marriage planning for divorce, deciding to stay in a relationship with issues can do more harm than good. According to WebMD, staying in a bad relationship can have negative effects on your health including raising stress levels and increased risk of heart disease.
So before you send out your Save The Dates, be on the lookout for some of these relationship red flags. And even if you've already started planning your nuptials, it's better to take a step back and try to work through your issues now than to end up regretting your decision later.