Post # 1
Ive been feeling strange lately. And I dont know if its because my feelings have changed or its just a bad case of cold feet. Can anyone describe whats ‘normal’ before you get married regarding this? Is it okay to have doubts? When should I be worried.
Post # 3
I’m not sure what it feels like because I don’t have cold feet. But from what I do know, some people start to panic close to their weddings because it’s the real deal. You’ll be committing to one person the rest of your life and it can be scary. It’s all hunky dory, lovey dovey, until one day you go ” oh shit, this is serious” Cold feet is normal, but the only advice I can give you is to really reflect onhow you feel for your SO and go from there. If you love him, can’t imagine another person that makes you feel the way he does, then stay. If you truly feel that he is not the one, and it’s not what you want, then set him free. It’s up to you, but If I were you, I’d take some time to figure it out (but not too much!)
Post # 4
@xSparr0w: I can tell you this…I was married once before and I knew walking down the aisle that I shouldn’t be marrying that man. But I did it anyway, and 1 1/2 years later I filed for divorce. Are you having doubts about your relationship with him or anxiety about the wedding itself? Really focus on the root of your unsettled feelings. If it’s about your relationship and you feel like maybe you shouldn’t marry him for whatever reason, then don’t. This time around, I have not one single doubt!!!
Post # 5
Ive been taking some time to myself. I just want to know whats normal and what isnt! lol
Post # 6
If you’re scared about being married or the word FOREVER, that’s cold feet.
If your worried about your Darling Husband, that’s a real problem.
Post # 7
I know what you’ve been feeling and, believe it or not, you are completely normal to have these feelings.
Here’s a book I think you should read:
Also, Allison Moir-Smith is an incredible guru about this. She does free consultations. Maybe you should seek her out. She might be able to shed some light on your situation.