(Closed) What to do regarding indecisive groomsman…Long, sorry :(

posted 6 years ago in Grooms/men
Post # 3
2601 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: October 2010

1. Don’t intrude yourself. You can encourage Fiance to talk to the groomsman, but I would stay out of it myself. 

2. Doesn’t appear to be just about the wedding–especially if other friends say he’s behaving differently. I’m a stranger on the internet–remember that–but dropping out of the wedding and not returning phone calls smells like depression to me. I would encourage Fiance to approach the friend from the position of caring about him as a friend AND his mental health. Forget the wedding–he might need a lot more emotional support from your Fiance these days than you need from him. 

Post # 4
315 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 1997

Its a shame that he couldn’t be straight forward and direct with you and your Fiance. I am sure he didn’t mean to hurt either of you. But he probably just didn’t want to admit that he needed to say “no”. It is tough for some people to admit they can’t stand by a friend or family members side. I hope you wedding goes off without anymore problems.


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