Daniel asked 12 months ago

I told my friend that me and my gf won't come to her wedding because of the corona situation. Unfortunately she makes me feel really guilty about it. Am l too cautious or am i doing the right thing?

Daniel

I told my friend that me and my gf won't come to her wedding because of the corona situation. Unfortunately she makes me feel really guilty about it. Am l too cautious or am i doing the right thing?

Absolutely the right decision

Answered by ashy

I think she's being unreasonable, no offense. You have every right to prioritise your health.

Your safety should come first. Don't let someone guilt you into something you don't feel comfortable doing.

i think it is reasonable to be cautious during a global pandemic and that guilt tripping people into participating in large group events during such a time is irresponsible

I saw you said there are going to be 70 people there. I don’t know what the rules are like in your area, but 70 people is a lot of people to have in close contact at the moment. And however many good intentions they have about observing social distancing a

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Our local hot spots emerged from people attending a 500 individuals counting wedding party..usually.

Tbh I don't see why anyones priorities should be marriage in 2020

Answered by Pandy

It's up to you, but I think it's fair.

Answered by inhahe

IF you cannot get over the fear you are going to feel when you're there, you are anyway more vunerable for anything virus.

I barely keep myself alive, I would never feel totally comfortable telling other people how best to take care of themselves

Really depends on how many other people were invited to it, and what the covid situation is like in both your local area and the one where the wedding is supposed to be at.

And anyway, it's your choice to not attend no matter the reason.

U do whatever feels comfortable. Personally I'd rather get Corona then go to a wedding in general 😊

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