One of the hardest parts about getting married is facing all of the unsolicited opinions from your friends and family. Even the most supportive people are going to have their own ideas about what a relationship should look like, and where you should draw boundaries or call it off, and the best thing you can do is take their words with a grain of salt and stick to your guns.
Still, when a friend comes at you with an opinion that undermines your partner or feels like an attack, it places you in a difficult position. You ultimately have to decide: will you cut them off, or assume the best of their intentions?
In a recent post on the Am I The A*shole subreddit, a man asked if he overreacted when a friend asked if he'd considered calling off the wedding with his disabled fiancee.
AITA for yelling at a friend when she said that I should think about cancelling my wedding because my fiancée has recently become disabled.