My mother in law told me something very upsetting. How upset should I be?

My mother in law told me that two weeks before my wedding my husband approached her and he expressed doubts about marrying me. She said that she told him to either not marry me, get counseling. He never told me this. I feel very traumatized knowing now that my husband was considering jilting me two weeks before the wedding. It wouldn't bother me so much if he had told her a few months before the wedding. I also feel humiliated and disgraced knowing that my husband's family (most of whom I have grown to hate), know that my husband came close to jilting me. If he had told a friend, it wouldn't bother me. I believe that he should have never told his family and two weeks before the wedding no less. How upset should I be? First time marriage for both of us and he was 33 when we got married.
By scoopie 9 years ago :: Family (Extended)
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