Post # 1
I know every body loses it but is it just normal to lose it completely and say i don’t want to do this anymore???
we are doing a weddng , a home and i am changing my work and actually i feel it’s too much.
and is stress the reason that i and my fi like fight at this period of time ?
note : we are good communicators usually bit this is really getting stressful
Post # 3
That does sound like quite a big load, but I’m sure you can do it! Just take one day at a time. I think it’s normal for anyone to go a bit crazy with what you have going on right now. And yes, it is definitely normal to fight more when both of you are stressed. I find that that’s when my FI have our fights..when one or both of us are stressed out about something. You will get through it!
Post # 4
I’ve never seen a bride lose it, but as a bridemaid I have lost in on a bride who was trying to micromanage us too much. I was just stressed out with school and life and her telling me what color eye shadow I was to wear on top of everything else was just too much!
Post # 5
Yes. Fi’s family decided to yell at me, I really don’t even know why, so Vegas sounds really good to me right now.
Post # 6
I’ve lost it. I’m trying to find a new job and about to lose mine, and the wedding on top of it does get a little stressful sometimes. I actually snapped at my mom over the BM’s shoes. Not my proudest moment at all :(.
Post # 7
i lost it on my mom over seating arrangements the other night (still feel bad about that – i was just so frustrated – seating is harder than you would think) – so im going to say yes, even though i’ve been calm and collected through most of the wedding planning process.
Post # 8
i am about to lose it because i have not yet recived my invitations and my wedding is in less than 7 weeks.
i am also doing school full-time, working full-time, and planning this dang wedding alone.
I feel you. hang in there.
Post # 9
@heatherrobyn: dont be too worried – i sent my invitations out at 5 weeks – i know, not proper etiquette but the 6-8 week mark was during the holidays and i just kept putting it off.
Post # 10
@shmougz: I am doing that too. I am having a long engagement, two and a half years because we bought a condo and I just started a new and demand job in August. If you don’t need to rush, then don’t. Take your time for your sanity.
Post # 11
It didn’t take me long at all to lose it. It only took the venue search. I felt like we looked everywhere, either we couldn’t afford the places or I didn’t like them, and after a few months I just burst into tears and said that our venue doesn’t exist, and I quit. My poor husband continued researching places and dragging me out on visits, until we finally did find our venue.
Post # 12
Yes, I think every bride loses it at least once. I lost it a couple times. I can’t tell you how many times I said “I don’t want to do this anymore.” It’s totally normal to feel that way! Also, you indicated you are changing jobs and buying a home- those are two huge stressors all on their own! Take deep breaths. Do a little bit each day. It will be worth it in the end. Good luck!