A bride was eager to tie the knot to the man of her dreams. But in the week leading up to the wedding, she discovered the groom searching for porn on the internet. This discovery was quite the blow to the bride, who felt that her husband-to-be was being unfaithful by searching for pornography on the internet, and so she decided to call off the wedding despite it being just a week away.

The woman wrote on Love What Matters, “I’ve officially been bashed by the internet for my religion, my personality, my values, my mind, my writing, my experiences, my dreams, and anything else that people could manage to find wrong with me and those articles. Congratulations, you’ve officially covered all of your bases. I suppose most of you who made the rude comments (if not all of you) feel like they’re deserved, and you completely have a right to your own opinion.”

Now she wants the world to know the reason behind her canceling the wedding because of her fiancé’s dedication to his pornography search.

“I want to take a minute to address the religious aspect of the argument. Most of you have figured out by now that I’m a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. I love my religion, and it brings me great joy and happiness. No, the ‘Mormons’ are not a cult, and just because someone is religious and believes in God does not mean we automatically belong to a cult. It does mean that I believe in a most high God who loves ALL of his children, including my ex-fiancé and every single one of you.”

She added, “It means I value chastity, which means abstinence from sexual relationships before marriage and complete fidelity after marriage. You do not need to agree with my values to respect my values. And just because I have a high-value system does not mean I’m “self-righteous” or that I believe I’m perfect. Of course, I have my flaws … but there is a major difference between making mistakes and sexual promiscuity.”

Because her fiancé was looking for pleasure outside of their relationship, she saw this as a dire warning that he would not be a good husband.

“But to those who think I ‘jumped ship,’ you’re right … I did. Because when someone in an engagement decides to violate God’s laws, honesty doesn’t exist. And neither does love. At that point, because we were not yet married, it was not my job to ‘fix him.’ It’s his job to fix himself.”

The betrayed bride wrote, “We already had more than 300 invitations to our wedding sent out. We had to call every single one of those people and tell them what happened to inform them the wedding was off. Pornography addiction does not just affect you. Pornography addiction affects the people around you, and it’s only so long before the truth is going to come out.”

Do you think she did the right thing by canceling the wedding due to her fiancé’s love of porn?

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