Dear Harlan: My fiance and I were supposed to get married in April. We had to postpone the wedding due to the coronavirus. We have family all over the country and no one could travel. I have been trying to get him to make alternate plans, but my fiance is set on our original plan. I suggested that we have a small wedding then have a bigger party later, when we can get through all of this. He wants to have the wedding we were planning and doesn’t want to lose our deposits. I don’t really care. I just want to be with him. It feels like we are on hold. I’m more spontaneous, and he likes to plan everything out.
We’ve been together for two years. One year was dating and the other was when we got engaged. I’m starting to wonder if his lack of flexibility is a sign of things to come. Is this a good reason for me to worry? — Early Warning