(Closed) Getting over it, moving on.

posted 7 years ago in Ceremony
Post # 3
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1327 posts
Bumble bee

Do a do-over. Would you rather spend the money and get it right or be miserable for the rest of your life? Either do one right away, or do it as a vow renewl in a few years.

Post # 4
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: January 2013

I think a vow renual is a good idea. Friends of ours had a big wedding and at the end of it it wasn’t what they wanted. So for their one year anniversairy they went away and have a cute little ceremony with just them. They loved every minute of it.

Post # 5
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: June 2013

I’m sorry to hear it was so bad! ( hugs ) I know it will be hard to get over and I’m probably preaching to the choir when I say focus on the good things about the day 😉 

Maybe there can be a do-over, maybe not…. maybe a healing thing would be to plan something you’d love in the near future.. a trip, a new project, etc….. just to get excited or happy about something. 

 For many brides their wedding day is NOT the happiest of their lives. But it comforts me to know there will be many more days in my future where I will be genuinely happy. 

I know how hard it is when people do a no-show. Especially people you care about. It rude and doesn’t make sense and hurts like heck. 🙁 I’m really sorry about that. I had no shows at my shower too and still no good reason. 

You are worth celebrating…. be sure you know that! I think my suggestion of doing something you love or planning something fun may be a good one. I’m trying to do that as well and it helps a little bit. 

Post # 7
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: June 2013

@youcandoit: glad you are talking to your therapist about it, then. She should help! It’s good she’s on your side and acknowledging it will be a long road with you. 

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