It's most likely a maybe semi-long term decision.
You know the decision is inherently bad but it makes you happy to make that decision and the immediate results are pleasant and worth it, but in the back of your mind you know it has the very real potential to make you feel miserable in the end.
So do you go through with your choice, or do you fight against it even though you know it'll bring you happiness and that the misery is only a possibility?
It's not morally bad, it doesn't harm anyone except for yourself. There are no negative effects other than your own potential misery.
Forgot to add that.
Most Helpful Guy
Definitely fight against it. I have consciouly made the decision, so it's my responsibility to fight it out until there is ZERO chances to make it work.2
Most Helpful Girl
I'd personally try fighting it. I know that if misery is a possibility then sooner or later it's going to become reality. I try not to settle for temporary happiness anymore. Now that said, I'm usually not very successful in fighting it. Or I'm usually not happy with fighting it, but I tell myself that in the long run I will be.1