(Closed) Putting things in perspective–

posted 7 years ago in Waiting
Post # 3
1737 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2016

Well said.  I hope your SO is okay. 

Post # 5
667 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

Sorry to hear that about your SO 🙁 I hope everything is okay. Please update us. My thoughts are with you.

Post # 6
123 posts
Blushing bee

Sherryberry, I can’t imagine all the stress you’re going through. I hope your SO recovers fast and the cat scan reveals that he’s in perfect health. Career transitions are always jarring and I hope his departure from the current position goes smoothly and his new job brings him new challenges that he overcomes successfully! 

You’re absolutely right about having the right perspective on the whole engagement. There are seriously more grave situations than an engagement. I am confused by people who say “waiting is the most difficult/painful thing that they’ll ever experience”. Yes, I don’t know their personal lives, but if you make a blanket statement like that I can only wonder what kind of shielded life they live. A wedding isn’t an end all, be all. It’s actually the first day of your life together. There’s no need to rush, no need to pressure anyone to make that huge commitment. It should happen just as naturally as falling in love. 

Post # 7
121 posts
Blushing bee

@sherryberry:omg 🙁  I’m so sorry honey…. back in November, I had to have a lump removed, and you are so right about it keeping things in perspective, I spent weeks just crying and Fiance was RIGHT there for me….that IS what truly matters.  My thoughts and prayers are with you, SO, and your families *HUGS*

Post # 8
442 posts
Helper bee

@sherryberry:My prayers are with you and your SO right now.

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