(Closed) Waiting is an Emotional Rollercoaster

posted 6 years ago in Waiting
Post # 3
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218 posts
Helper bee

@Meant2Bee:  you are not alone. I swing like this, too. Sometimes we will talk about it, and I feel totally better and things seem on track. Then, while he is gone, I get worked up into a giant huff and feel outraged at him.

i really don’t know what I would do if I couldn’t come here and see other people are felling exactly this ways, and that other men do exactly the same thing.

Post # 4
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363 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2014

Oh I’m sorry, did I write this and just don’t remember posting it? Sounds exactly like me. Tongue Out

Post # 5
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3626 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

I know what you mean. I felt like I was in purgatory living with him but not being engaged! I think ups and downs are the nature of being in a relationship anyway. Once you’re married and he pisses you off, you’ll be like, “OMG why did I marry this fool!?”

Post # 6
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5958 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: April 2018

Oh boy, you aren’t just waiting anymore, it’s a medical condition!  And while there’s nothing you can do to spur your SO on without looking like a total shrew, you CAN broaden your focus and maybe distrct yourself with some fun and enriching activities to pass the time….Halloween is upon us, costumes are always fun, Thanksgiving will be here before you know it, take a cooking class or plan to host the holiday yourself!  Make invitations, plan place settings, make a menu and have the people you love most over for a day of gracious feasting!  Puppies are the coolest thing since sliced bread, teach woof-butt some new trick, go for walkies and have a ball with him while he’s little…sigh…I remember when our puppy was little, THAT lasted like, three weeks it seems and now he’s a hulking 120 pound hunk of labrador enthusiasm, which is cute, but also has the potential to break a hip if gone unchecked…my point is, I know it’s hard, but make it easy on yourself, and set things up so you won’t even notice anymore, just be in the moment and HAVE FUN!…and a cupcake maybe, cause those are great!

Post # 9
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5958 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: April 2018

@Meant2Bee:  I love Thanksgiving, I love the time of year and I love cooking!  It’s the holiday that sets the tone for the entire season!  I go all out with place settings and a centerpiece…last year was a hanging wreath of hickory bows with candles and cranberries…people loved it!  Point is, there’s lots of fun to be had outside of getting engaged and married!

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