Remember – it’s just ONE DAY.
Your wedding may seem like the only thing in the world that matters right now, but remember: this is one teensy day in the grand scheme of your actual life. Don’t let it break you. Here are the signs that planning your wedding is slowly murdering your life and your soul (and it definitely shouldn’t be).
1. You can’t remember the last time you had sex.
Sex? What is this ‘sex’ you speak of? There’s far too little time for such frivolities when you have to spend every waking hour picking out clothes and colours and cakes. You’re stressed out of your mind – there’s no way in hell you’re going to be able to get out of your head enough for a roll in the hay. Guess you’ll be waiting until your wedding night…
2. Your friends are getting annoyed with you.
If you’re being honest, all you actually talk about is your wedding. Right now, it’s dominating your life and it’s the only thing you have to share during conversations. You can sense that your friends are getting a bit over it, though – after all, you can only discuss cacti as party favours so many times before you get over it.
3. You text your wedding coordinator 20 times a day.
In fact, she’s currently the person you talk to most. More than your mom. More than your BFF. More than your groom-to-be!
4. When you’re not talking about your wedding, you’re watching reality shows about weddings.
You’ve binged everything from Say Yes To The Dress and Something Borrowed, Something New to Four Weddings and Our Perfect Wedding. Hell, you’ve even watched the movie Bride Wars twice in the past month. There’s more to life!
5. You are having literal nightmares about everything that can go wrong.
Even when you go to sleep you can’t get the wedding out of your head. You’ve dreamed about every potential disaster, and you wake up in a panic. You’re so obsessed with everything being absolutely perfect that you’re kind of losing it a little.
6. You’re thinking more about the wedding than the marriage.
You’ve lost sight of the fact that you’re about to spend your life with someone. You’re so preoccupied with the one day that you’re letting the rest of your life slip. Next time you want to talk to your guy about the wedding, talk instead about the future. That way, you’ll remember why you’re doing all of this in the first place.
From Cosmo ZA
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