(Closed) I honestly think I’m going to break..

posted 6 years ago in Emotional
Post # 4
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3265 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: February 2014

I don’t have much advice for you but to take a second and breathe. Moving is hard on everyone, no matter how far or close you’re moving. I think once you move and get things a bit settled in, things will be 100x better.

Post # 5
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

First off, I am soooo sorry your having so much stress. I understand were your coming from totally. We are living in differnt states right now and are waiting to see which state were gonna end up in after the wedding based on his job. So right now I have no idea where I will be living in 4 months. Maybe you could try having a wedding/planning/moving free date night with your Fiance. Grab a movie and some popcorn and just enjoy each other for a bit. Sometimes that usally helps me when I get stressed out.

Hang in there girlie. It may get worse before it gets better, but it will get better once things settle down.

Post # 6
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9687 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: September 2012

((HUGS))

And take a deep breath.  First of all, please know that what you’re going through is one of the very most stressful times in anyone’s life – planning a wedding.  Secondly, having to move on top of that, wow, I feel for you!  You do sound miserable and exhausted. 

Is there any way you can just give yourself a temporary time out from all your responsibilities?  If even for an hour or two, try to get away and give your poor brain and body a break.  Think of something you enjoy doing the most, and take time out for yourself.  It isn’t only all about your Fiance and his family – YOU are important in the equation as well.  Be a little selfish.  You deserve just as much care as everyone else in your life does.  I hope you can get a little break and that you’ll feel better soon.  Sometimes something as simple as taking a walk in the sunshine will help.

I wish you all the best, and blessings!

Post # 8
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9550 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: August 2013

I soudns like you just need a break. The best thing is that you recognize that you’re being grumpy so you can do something about it. Moving is never any fun but try to take some time to get a massage or a pedicure or a drink with a friend or a bath or whatever will recharge some of your mental and emotional batteries. And maybe the good vibes I’m sending your way will help.

Post # 10
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9687 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: September 2012

@Mrs.DsBeeloved:  If you explain to him how overwhelmed you’re feeling right now he should understand.  You really do need a break.  And I’ll add my good vibes being sent to you along with JenGirl’s.  Don’t feel as though you are in any way wrong or different – everyone on earth goes through times they feel like this, it’s completely normal.  Also don’t feel as though you have to always give and give and be a perfectionist (I’m the same way, though, lol), because sometimes you just need a little breather for yourself. 

Try talking to your Fiance and cry on his shoulder.  Make him feel like a hero by explaining how much you need him, emotionally, right now.  And you’ll benefit, too.  Sometimes just feeling heard is all it takes.

Post # 11
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

I just wanted to offer my support!  I completely understand how you feel.  I am moving in two weeks and I am completely stressed out (not to mention that I will be starting a new job and graduate program).  I agree with the posts above – let your Fiance know that you are overwhelmed and take some time to spoil yourself.  Hopefully everything will seem less overwhelming when you get settled in your new home!

Post # 12
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: April 2013

Moving and planning a wedding are both very stressful events to begin with, trying to do both at the same time is enough to overwhelm anyone. I’m actually going to be in the midst of a move halfway through my engagement/wedding date. I am newly engaged as of Saturday. My Fiance and I recently bought a new home that is undergoing renovations. It is scheduled to be ready for move in at the beginning of September and our wedding date is set for April 20th. I already get a little overwhelmed thinking about how hectic things will be between the two, but I just try to remind myself to take a deep breath, enjoy the process, and cherish this exciting time in our lives. When else do we get to get married and move into our first home together? 

Try not to let it come between you and your Fiance. Tell him how you are feeling. It will all be over with soon enough. Take a deep breath and know that everything will work out.

Positive vibes your way! <3

 

Post # 14
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Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: September 2012

@Mrs.DsBeeloved:  You need him to validate your feelings, and not just spout off something to placate you, which is what you feel he’s doing.

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