Should I break off the relationship

Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Male
I have a very serious problem. This question is just mentally killing me.
I am From India. And The Breaking Off The Engagement Insults Too Much To Both THe sides Of Families.
Its Been a very long now for our relation. we both are deeply in love with each other. Just just cant think of getting a part. just 2 months back she was forced to get engaged. The Difference In Their Age Is 10 years. In this time. Now Our Love And Addiction To Each Other Is Grown Too Much. Just Cant Think Off Getting A Part. We are Ready To Get Married Too. But... We Just Dont want to Run Away. And Get Married... Her Parents Will Never Agree To Our Relationship... Where as From My Side My Parents Have Agreed To This Relation And They Are Happy About It. Her Marriage Is Supose To Be On April 22 2004.
We Both Just Cant Think OF Livin Apart... And In My Case, Just Feel Blank Life Without Her, I feel i'll Die Without Her.
Please Help Me Out Guys. Tell Me should I Break Off Their Engagement . Or Something.. Please Advive Me.

Thank You Advice
My advice is far from your culture, so please realize that my answer does not understand your girlfriend's parents. So here is my uneducated advice: if your girlfriend is willing to marry you and cut herself away from her parents then go ahead and get married.

If your girlfriend is unwilling to be apart from her parents then you should not get married.

So, it all depends on how your girlfriend feels.

Sorry you are in this situation.

Good luck,

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