It is funny how the most beautiful day of your life can be such a big deal that it completely drains the engines out of you! Some people may call these types of thoughts premarital jitters. Many brides- and grooms-to-be have them. So to a certain extent, the engaged couple and society accept them, and the wedding goes on as planned. Sometimes, however, the jitters may lead to postponement or cancellation of nuptials. Wedding Affair simplifies how you can deal with pre-wedding jitters or anxiety, so you can plan your day a little more smoothly.
Some Normal Anxiety
A little anxiety is normal and healthy, says Jerilyn Ross, MA, LICSW, president and CEO of the Anxiety Disorders Association of America and author of Triumph Over Fear: A Book of Help and Hope for People with Anxiety, Panic Attacks, and Phobias. “Some anxiety helps us get out of harm’s way,” says Ross. “It helps us prepare, it helps us focus on doing something, to try harder. It forces us to take action.” (Source: WebMD) No matter why you are feeling nervous, it’s important to remember that with a little planning and help from the experts, you can make the run-up to your wedding that much more manageable.
Chances are unless you have a wedding planner of some kind, you’re juggling a lot of different priorities and opinions about your wedding. It’s worth keeping in mind though what really matters to you. This is a day all about you and your partner. It’s the next step in your journey together. Getting caught up in the excitement or getting weighed down by the pressure can feel overwhelming, but it’s important to still make time for yourself, as well as for you both as a couple to relax and enjoy each other’s company. (Source: Happiful)
Nothing is Perfect
This holds true for both wedding day plans and the marriage itself. Being perfect all the time is the root cause of anxiety. Recognize that there might be hitches: things may not go according to plan during your special day, then live with it. Leave the small details for others to organize: that’s what wedding coordinators, family, friends, and the entourage are there for! As for your married life, mutual trust, respect, and love are still the top three foundations for a great life together…not perfection. (Source: Brilliance)
Hypnotherapy is amazing at reducing unwanted anxiety, building your confidence, and preparing you to enjoy your day to its fullest. As hypnotherapy is a super quick working therapy, it doesn’t matter if you only have a few weeks to go until the big day. Some clients only need one or two sessions to get them feeling how they want to feel, so don’t worry if your wedding is just around the corner. (Source: Happiful)