Your first two reasons are "I could do better" and "wish he had more money"? bit shallow love. I think it's time you ended it it and let him find someone who truly loves him and is not motivated by money or think's they could do better.
It's not uncommon to get cold feet, to have a lot of anxiety; after all, you're deciding on who you want to be with for the remainder of your life, or at least, someone you can have a very stable future with. I've got to tell you that we could all use more money, more security. But if you've got true love, and all is good when you're with him, you're one of the lucky ones who find that perfect person.
So count your blessings, and don't worry too much. All relationships have their ups and downs.
Everyone does. All of a sudden those forever thoughts run through your head and we get scared we are making a wrong decision. Just trust your heart. :)
You sound shallow and horrid. Hopefully he runs far, far away from you.<br />
And no, if those constitute reasons to leave for you, you are definitely not in love.<br />
"wish he had more money,?" Really? -_-
All is not good. You will always feel this way, so either split up or face cheating on him after marriage.
Yes and I splitted up after an year of dating and straggle in my mind.
Yes! you marry the one you can put up with, lol
Then stop thinking about it.