(Closed) MOH advice

posted 5 years ago in Bridesmaids
Post # 3
Member
5969 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: April 2018

You are in control of your feelings,  I can’t imagine anything short of shitting in the punch bowl that can’t be smoothed over….give her time, give yourself time, focus on the good things and the future, and don’t let someone’s bad behavior overshadow a beautiful day.  It’ll work out.

Post # 4
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6015 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: March 2012

Weddings seem to be a true test of friendship.  If there were ANY cracks before they seem to turn into fault lines.  I’m so sorry you’re going thru this.  I really hope she didn’t ruin your day.  I’m not sure what confronting her will do?  She most likely won’t care…. maybe you should just focus on the good things and let her behavior go.

Post # 5
Member
16 posts
Newbee
  • Wedding: September 2012

Do you think you can talk to her without being angry during the conversation, regardless of the craziness that may come out of her mouth?

Post # 6
Member
16 posts
Newbee
  • Wedding: September 2012

@dianasaur77:  After the wedding is over, we tend to think about what we would have done differently and what went wrong. My charge for you is to focus on what went right and all the love that was displayed to you all from your other family and friends. In time, your friend will realize the errors she has made. In the meantime, just decide to let it go. I DEFINITELY understand how you feel. I won’t go into my story, but let me ask you what did you love about your wedding? Focus on that….it may take a lot of effort at first, but you have to consciously override your negative thoughts on the crazy MOH and focus on the love you have for your new hubby. OMG, you have a hubby!!!!! Say it out loud 🙂 Sounds weird at first, lol. Congratulations!!!!! 

 

 

Post # 7
Member
11753 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 1999

So sorry to hear. I say just try and tell yourself that what is done is done and cannot be changed now. Focus on the great parts of your wedding and the most important part – you came out married to the man of your dreams! What exactly did she do?!

Post # 10
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65 posts
Worker bee

@dianasaur77:  Wow. That is incredibly odd and pathetic behavior. I’m sorry that happened to you and your husband.

Without knowing her, my gut tells me that anyone that immature is unlikely to recognize her behavior as being embarrassing or unacceptable. My advice would be to give her space and she if she comes around.

Post # 11
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8321 posts
Bumble Beekeeper

@dianasaur77:  Maybe you shoudl talk to her. It sounds to me like she is going through something to have such a public display at your wedding. Honestly if this was my friend I would be more concerned over her than anything else!

Post # 12
Member
7794 posts
Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 1999

@dianasaur77:  Whoah. This sounds to me not like b!tchiness or immaturity, but a major case of emotions, like memories of a bad relationship or marriage. I would give it time, but it sounds like something was going on in her life.

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