(Closed) Having a hard time getting over wedding-day anger

posted 5 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
3520 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: March 2012

Sit down and write her a letter (by hand).  Write down every little thing that bothered you and leave a space under it.  Go back and write how you felt about everything.  Sleep on it, then go back and read the letter to yourself and think about how it would make her feel.  You probably will never end up giving it to her, but it will definitely help to get your feelings out.

Post # 4
2363 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: September 2013 - B&B

@MrsLongcoatPeacoat:  +1 This is a good idea!

What I would do next is every time you find yourself thinking about it, pull up a picture or mental image of something WONDERFUL from that day… especially if it can help you feel better! For instance: you know in pictures the back of your dress isn’t perfect, but when you think about the back of your dress instead think of how you felt walking down the aisle toward your then-FI, who was about to become your husband! In that moment, you probably didn’t even give two thoughts to the back of your dress 🙂 Likewise, unless your hair and makeup got really messed up by being rushed, as long as it looked great, try to think about that! “Ugh I can’t believe my mom was late… but hey I still looked fantastic! The hair and MUA did a great job!”

That’s what I try to do, anyway. It helps me break my little thought cycle because I can do the same thing, my thoughts just circle around and around and back around again.

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