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Leaving your partner at the altar is one of the most dramatic decisions a person can make.
But it does happen. And for those who did it, they shared their story on anonymous confession site Whisper.
Four years ago I left my bride at the altar. Now, years later I’m happily married and I have two wonderful kids. With her cousin.
I left my boyfriend at the altar and I don’t feel bad about it because it turns out he was sleeping with my stepmother.
Talk about bad timing. I finally accepted that I was gay and I left my fiancé the day of my wedding. I knew I couldn’t spend my life with him and I’d be making a mistake.
I left my fiancé at the altar five years ago because I realised I never loved him. I still have the dress and my current boyfriend thinks he left me, so I don’t look like a total jerk.
I ran away on my wedding day because I’m not ready to let go of adventure. Not because I don’t love her.
I didn’t go through with my wedding because in the days leading up to it I kept dreading the future instead of being excited for it.
I panicked before my wedding and left my fiancé at the altar and then went on vacation with one of my friends.
My family all hated my fiancé so I decided not to go through with my wedding… on my wedding day.
I got food poisoning and never went through with the ceremony. I was on the toilet while everyone else thought I left my husband at the altar.
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