(Closed) Post wedding blues

posted 3 years ago in Emotional
Post # 2
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4249 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: August 2015

If you are getting the blues, focus on your relationship and doing fun things with your new husband.  Also focus on yourself.  Go to the gym, start cooking new recipes, start a new project, etc.  You have your whole life ahead of you.  And I hate to break it to you but if you let yourself get into a rut and if you let yourself get bored with a routine you are in for a loooong road.  There won’t be a wedding to plan for.  I know how exciting it is to anticipate your wedding but life really is what you make of it.  Find an adventure and find something that excites you.  That’s how to beat the post wedding blues.

Post # 3
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7903 posts
Bumble Beekeeper

There’s so much more to look forward to now that you are married! It’s time to enjoy being newlyweds. The wedding is not the high point; it’s only the beginning. 

Post # 5
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321 posts
Helper bee

hollysmith92 :  I am also thinking of how much I’m going to miss just being engaged and planning everything to lead up to our wedding day next year.  The PP were correct though in that you will have many adventures to come with your hubby!  Personally I can’t wait to have children and, after maybe taking one more big trip by ourselves within the first year of marriage (after the honeymoon of course), I would like to start trying shortly after ☺☺

Post # 6
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672 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2011

I wouldn’t call it blues, but I did feel like there should be something more after all the planning and everything that I had put such effort into.  What would have been enough for me?  Gracious guests.  I had some of the most UNgracious guests, and it made me question why I was so gracious towards THEM.  It is the only part of my wedding that I regret is inviting people who didn’t deserve one minute of my wedding.

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