(Closed) Total Mess – Bipolar Bride? (long, sorry)

posted 9 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
960 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2010

Oh sweetheart…it’s ok. First of all, congrats on your engagement and SUPER congrats on finding a dress! I think having highs and lows throughout wedding planning is completely normal. Why do you think people at Thanksgiving were unresponsive? Have you and you Fiance been together long? Does your family like him? Try to read between the lines with this one.

As for your friend, that just plain sucks. I know I’m not that great at getting back to people, but if I got an email/text/fbook message AND a phone call I’d wonder what was up. Try a few more times or ask mutual friends if something else is going on that’s inhibiting her from getting back to you.

With your dad, sometimes they just don’t get it. Don’t fault him too much for those comments. Maybe take him to a fitting or when you go pick it up so he can see that the money was well-spent.

Everything will be fine, I promise. Getting married isn’t all sunshine and rainbows, despite what many blogs and magazines would like you to believe. Just try to look at the bright side of things, even when you don’t really want to. Good luck! And stick with the Hive. We’re always here.

Post # 4
4381 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: June 2010 - Ceremony - First United Methodist Church; Reception - My parents' house!

I’m sorry it was all so much stress, and roller-coaster emotions. I’m sure it’s just stress + maybe hormones + just the EVERYTHING that goes along with weddings at times. Just breathe, and it’ll be ok. ๐Ÿ™‚

(P.S. Being an actual Bipolar bride is a whole nother can of worms. I’m Bipolar II, and it is miserable at times. Thank goodness for staying on meds + good doctor and family support system).

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