Post # 1
This isn’t a super-serious emotional post… but is anyone else just kind of feeling like an emotional mess with all of this wedding stuff? I feel like I have PMS 24/7! haha I don’t think I’ve cried this easily in my life at HAPPY things… right now I’m trying to pick out songs and Fiance thinks I’m upset because I keep going to get kleenex haha
I can’t wait until my emotions go back to normal!
Post # 3
Yeah, i hae been crying a lot lately too! Every time i hear something sad i start crying! I cant really watch the news because it gets me so upset. Weird
Post # 4
I’m not doing the whole wedding planning stuff as yet but very much remember the huge emotional turmoil from when I was pregnant.
I never ever used to cry and then suddenly I’d be watching the (Australian) tv and a blood donation ad would come on and I’d be weeping “oh.my.god. They don’t have enough blood and I can’t donate because I’m pregnant *sob sob*” or the all the way ridiculous “oh.my.god. That dog is.running away.sob.with that kids toilet paper. What will he use now?! Sob”
hugs and sympathy, although I’m sure you are much less nuts than that! Happy planning! X
Post # 5
I’m close to planning a wedding, but not quite there yet.
I’ve never been pregnant.
But you know what’s been making me emotional right now?
I have kidney stones right now and I have been in constant pain despite the large doses of medication 24/7. It’s been making me feel super weepy when I normally NEVER cry. EVER. I cried over a soup commercial the other day.
Post # 6
Yes I feel guilty and stressed. Guilty for all the money I am spending and for feeling like I don’t deserve the gifts I am getting. Stressed with all the details of planning and just not sleeping very well in general.
Hang in there. They say its worth it once its all said and done!
Post # 7
@Torrid: I’m so sorry to hear about your stones. I hear that can be as painful as childbirth :/. Have you ever considered clinical hypnosis for pain relief? I used it when I broke my leg (to not freak out and to control the pain till i got to hospital) and after surgery(in conjunction with analgesics) and it made a huge difference for me and with keeping me positive.
It’s wonderful for stress relief too. You can download stuff online (Dr Rick Collingwood is good if you won’t crack up laughing with Aussie accent) or see someone, just make sure they are qualified! Disclaimer- I am not a hypnotherapist or associated with Dr Collingwood. 🙂
Post # 8
@PlusOne77: Thank you for your kind words! I definitely regret drinking only sweet tea all the time. 🙁
I have never considered clinical hypnosis, but with going on having these stones for a month, I’m getting desperate for pain relief. My doctor said she was making arrangements for me to go to a nephrologist so they can do a procedure to break up the stones so they can pass, but how’s that going to help my pain in the meantime, you know?
Thank you for your suggestion!