(Proverbs 30:23 KJV) For an odious woman when she is married; and an handmaid that is heir to her mistress.
Once again the KJV brings a nuance that the NASB misses. In fact the NASB has the weakest translation of this passage when compared to the ones I have in my software. The NASB calls this woman “unloved” (8130). She certainly was but there was good reason for that. The KJV uses “odious” and others used “hated” and “hateful.”
Now look at the context beginning in verse 21 where it talks about the things that make the earth shake.
The point is that there are some people who can ruin your life if you get too close to them. I don’t know how they worm their way into close relationships. I don’t know how an “odious” woman can get a guy to pop the question. I don’t know how some people become business partners, but we have all seen it happen.
So? Obviously we are called to be lovers, not haters. But a word of caution. Before you tie yourself to someone, seek guidance. Prayer, friends, and family come to mind but one of the biggest reasons we get into these situation is because we want something and refuse to see the facts in front of our faces.