(Closed) When the Dog Bites, When the Bees Sting, When I’m Feeling Sad

posted 8 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
Member
71 posts
Worker bee

2 pieces of advice:

Have a date night once a week where no wedding talk is allowed. I’m sure he expects you to talk about your wedding because it is YOUR WEDDING but it doesn’t have to be everytime you see him.  

Try talking about your wedding to others (mother, sister, friends, co-workers or even here on this board). Some things have to be discussed with him but sometimes you just want to talk about your wedding and it could be to the cat.

Post # 4
Member
118 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: September 2011

First I try to read his mood. If he seems stressed I don’t bother talking wedding, because let’s face it, wedding planning can be stressful. I try to focus on the fun stuff too. Like who’s coming, how cool our venue is going to look and how awesome it’s going to be to party with all our close friends and family. I let my guy do things on his own time too. Like I say “when you have a chance can you look at the changes I made to the guest list.” Finally this might seem sneaky but I find he’s much more open to talking wedding after a glass or two of wine. 😉 

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