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5 Signs You Should Rethink Getting Married

By carolyncastiglia |

Six years ago, comedian and actress Giulia Rozzi was just a young, single girl out on the prowl … except she wasn’t actually single at all. She was getting married to her longtime boyfriend in Boston, but living half of her life on the wild streets of New York. Rozzi’s marriage lasted only a year, and she’s written a solo show that explains why called “Bad Bride,” currently playing at the UCB Theatre in Chelsea.

I saw the production recently, and as a fellow divorcee, I could relate to a lot of the reasons why Rozzi’s marriage failed – or was never meant to be in the first place. If you’re experiencing any of the “cold feet” symptoms Rozzi went through before her wedding, you may want to re-think yours.

5 Signs You Should Rethink Getting Married

You Keep Running Away from Home

Rozzi spent the months leading up to her wedding traveling back and forth from the apartment she lived in with her fiance in Boston to her friend's floor in Brooklyn. "Before I knew it," she says, "my fiancé and I were spending more time apart than together and it didn't bother me. So if you are avoiding spending time with the person you're planning to spend the rest of your life with, maybe reconsider."

Photo credits: iStock

For more on the show “Bad Bride” including tickets to the November 27th performance, click here. For more about Giulia Rozzi, visit her website.


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Carolyn Castiglia is a New York-based comedian/writer wowing audiences with her stand-up and freestyle rap. She’s appeared in TONY, The NY Post, The Idiot’s Guide to Jokes and Life & Style. You can find Carolyn’s writing elsewhere online at and The Huffington Post. Read bio and latest posts → Read Carolyn's latest posts →

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