(Closed) Introvert Survival Guide

posted 4 years ago in Emotional
Post # 2
604 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2015

Moraz:  Thank you for taking the time to write this, I’m going to bookmark this for my wedding next year. I’ve been gathering some ideas and saving them to deal with my own introversion. Congratulations on your wedding!

Post # 3
684 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: March 2013

where was this for my wedding? Lol

I am just like this. I wake up at 5:30 just to have an extra hour of alone time in the mornings and so my workouts can be quiet as well. I love people and being with my family but extroverts don’t understand the need for alone time to regroup and how stressed one can get from large groups and tiring lists of things to do such as weddings

Post # 4
27 posts
  • Wedding: October 2015

Moraz:  Thank you SO much for writing this.  I’m going to save it so I have it on hand for next year when I get married.  Your advice made a lot of sense and the way you broke it down so it will be easy to follow is amazing.  I got engaged two years ago and since then a day hasn’t gone by without me thinking about how and what I was going to do to handle my anxiety.  Now that I have a list of guidelines to follow, I can finally breathe a sigh of relief.  THANK YOU!  YOU ARE A LIFE SAVER AND A WEDDING ADVICE GIVING ANGEL FROM HEAVEN!!!

Post # 6
479 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2014

What a helpful post!  I’d also add that for me at least, having a smaller wedding with mainly people we are close to really helped with not feeling overwhelmed.  We also had it during the day.  I really don’t think I could have kept up with being the center of attention with a long reception that went until midnight.  I’m usually ok attending weddings like that, because I can slip off for some air as needed, but at your own wedding it’s a little harder to do that.  We were back in our hotel room by around 6 pm and got to actually spend quality time together on our wedding day before crashing at like 10pm after being up early and having to be “on” all day.

Good luck to all the other introvert brides.  You can do it!

Post # 7
2445 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: May 2014

“Really, it went well. I think the key is just explaining to people what you need. […] But remember these people love you and will understand your quirks – just tell them.”

This is so true, and I think it can apply to a lot of other wedding related things and just life in general. As long as you ask, people are always willing to help you.

I’m glad the day went so well for you. Congratulations to you and your husband!

Post # 8
2350 posts
Buzzing bee

Moraz:  Thanks for this. I am really dreading the socializing on the wedding day. 

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