Some things should not be swept under the rug.
"I have no idea if this is cold feet or my gut realizing he isn't for me."
"What's a girl to do?...Well, you've still gotta throw a party."
Gimme my soapbox, because this girl is going to do a li'l bit of preaching today. And bridey, I'm not preaching about being a bitch while planning your wedding or the "five must-haves" for your perfect wedding day, because what I am about to share with you is much, much more important.
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Since I wrote the article Seven Signs It's More Than Just Cold Feet and toured with my solo show Bad Bride I have received a number of emails from strangers asking for advice. I wanted to share one of those messages (edited for anonymity) and my reply because I think the conversation may be helpful for others that feel stuck in a relationship.
U.K. law firm Slater and Gordon surveyed more than 1,600 divorcés about their wedding days and found that half of them had
So many issues -- big and little -- crop up during this special (and stressful) time. To the point that you may find yourself wondering why in the heck you didn't just elope. But, do not fear: Wedding freak-outs happen to the best of us (er, all of us).