My fiancé and I are 3 months away from our wedding date, however we both feel like we aren't ready to step into this marriage yet—mentally, financially, etc. This is partly because our pre-marital mentors haven't been mentoring us, so we haven't really had any guidance through all of this. After several hard discussions, we have decided that it would be best to postpone our marriage until next year and use this time to grow, individually and as a couple. Although, I know this is the best decision for us as a couple, I'm having a really difficult time coming to terms with it, mainly because I'm worried about what others will think. In a way, I can't help but feel like I'm letting everybody down, and I'm worried about them talking about us behind our backs. I know that's silly, and I should just focus on us and setting our relationship up for success, but it's really hard for me to get past. I was wondering if anyone else has gone through this and can offer me your stories or advice?