(Closed) Feeling Overwhelmed

posted 8 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
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762 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2010

I went through the same thing! Panic attacks, arguements, and family issues included. You still have lots of time even though it doesn’t seem like much. My advice is try to do just one thing a day for the wedding and scrap the unnecessary stuff. I kept stressing over a DVD slideshow project and we didn’t end up doing it, however I heard through the grapevine that one of our guests said to a friend that it was the nicest wedding she’s ever been to!

Don’t stress too much, because people will never notice the things you planned but never did!

Also, for some reason other people are stressed about your wedding. Especially family. I still don’t understand why exactly but they are on edge too, so try not to take rudeness personally.

Post # 5
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2538 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: July 2010

I understand. I was unemployeed for a while and it’s not fun. As for stress, I think I hit a plateau where it’s not effecting me any longer (my 2nd band fell through last night less than 3 weeks to the wedding). Honestly, it’s amazing and I hope you reach the point too. It’s not like I’ve reached it out of frustration, I’ve jsut realized that I’m marrying McGroom and I don’t care about anything else. So whenever anything bad happens or your Mom is saying something which bothers you, just think about marrying your best friend.

Post # 6
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2532 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: August 2010

I agree with the PP that I have reached a point where I am letting go of things. There are certain details I planned and thought about and found here on the bee that I will no longer be doing. Ive just come to a realization that our wedding will be special, unique and beautiful even without EVERY single last thing.

Also, prioritize your to do list. Do one thing one day at a time. Put the most important things on the top and the least important on the bottom. Then work your way down the list. That way you know you got the important stuff done and the less important stuff – if not done – wont be a big deal.

Good luck!!

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