Divorced People, Tell Us The Red Flags On Your Wedding Day That Made You Realize The Marriage Wouldn't Last

People often don't see red flags until they look back after the relationship is over. But for some people, they saw warning signs in the beginning and still tried to make things work.

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So, if you're divorced but KNEW your marriage wasn't going to last on your wedding day, we want to hear your story.

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Maybe you found out on your wedding day that your soon-to-be spouse had been cheating on you, but you still went through with the marriage because it felt too last minute to call everything off.

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Perhaps you realized you and your partner were incompatible while you were dating, but since you were together for years, you felt the pressure to get engaged. And on your wedding day, it was clear it wasn't going to work out long-term, but you couldn't let go at the time.

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Or, maybe you had an awful gut feeling on your wedding day that your former spouse wasn't the right one for you, but you still said "I do." And later on, you realized you should've listened to yourself.

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Or, perhaps you thought you knew your partner really well, but during the wedding, they completely humiliated you in front of your friends and family — and showed another side to them — and in that moment, you knew things wouldn't last.

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If you've been divorced and realized the marriage wouldn't last on your wedding day, what was the moment you knew? Feel free to share your story in the comments below, or if you prefer to remain anonymous, you can use this Google form. Your response could be featured in an upcoming BuzzFeed Community post.