So, you’ve decided to marry rich. You settled for less than you really wanted and now you’re afraid to ask for more. What could go wrong? Plenty, as it turns out. Because now you have to deal with his jealous friends, his meddling family, and the general public. Still, that’s nothing compared to what you’ll have to deal with if he decides to walk out on you. Let’s take a closer look at this matter.
The Problem With Wedding Preparations
If you’re reading this, I assume that you’re either engaged to be married or planning to marry someday soon. Congratulations! You’ve chosen a partner who is, in all probability, completely devoted to you. Well, I don’t want to ruin the mystery, but he probably is. You’re going to make beautiful babies and live a life full of joy. All this would be wonderful, but let’s face facts here…
- There’s a lot of stress involved in wedding preparations
- It’s a lot of pressure to bring the right wedding dress
- The wedding cake is a thing of beauty and can’t be made twice
- Your guest list is probably already a mile long
- And your photographer has an entire album of your big day
This is why it’s best to put plans on hold for a while and focus on simply enjoying the process of falling in love. Hell, why not go for a simple, yet elegant and classic wedding dress? You’ll look great, even if you’re not a supermodel. Plus, it’ll make the stress of the big day a little easier to handle. What you need to do now is to stop thinking about the wedding day and start looking at the rest of your life together. The honeymoon phase is what’s important here, not the wedding day itself.
How The Best Actor Of Our Times Handles Marriage
Marriage. It’s a legal, binding contract between two people and it’s something that traditionally comes with a lot of stress and pressure. You’re supposed to walk down the aisle in a beautiful dress, look your best, and promise to spend the rest of your life together. Everyone expects a lot from a marriage and you have to live up to that expectation, even if it’s not something you want to do. So you’ll be saying goodbye to your single life and embracing being Mrs. Somebody-or-Other.
But there’s no need to put pressure on yourself. You’ll be turning a corner in your life and committing to a new journey. You’ll be making a decision that will affect the rest of your life. It’s not easy, but it’s a decision that you feel good about and that will make you happy. You’re sure to forget about the wedding day itself and look back on it as a wonderful moment.
The Difference In What The Public Thinks
You know what the worst part of wedding preparations is? There’s always some jerk behind a computer screen, trying to dig up embarrassing photos or videos about you. They’re hoping that one day, they’ll find something and can use it to ruin your life. Well, usually, they end up ruining their own lives, because they get caught. But you have to live your life, whether they like it or not. So it’s no surprise that as soon as you get engaged, your social media channels are flooded with hate. Your current and future in-laws will try to poison your head, while your exes and their new partners will be all over the place, congratulating you and wishing you both a long and happy life together. But as soon as the frenzy ends and you have time to breathe, that’s when the real stress sets in. Because here’s the truth…
- It never ends. They’ll always have something new to say about your engagement or wedding day. It never gets old. And it’s overwhelming
- You can’t block out all the haters, so you have to learn to ignore them. But it’s still hard to do
- You’re under a lot of pressure to look perfect on the big day
- You’re not used to all the attention. But you have to learn to embrace it
- You have to learn to trust your partner. Even if they aren’t perfect, even if they are controlling or jealous, you have to believe in them. Because you’ll be working together to create something beautiful
- And you’re both committed to this. So if you start to wonder if this is what you really want, you can always call off the wedding. But you’re not going to want to. Because as soon as you walk down that aisle, it’ll be all over. Everyone will have their own opinion about what happened and nobody will believe that your marriage was forced. You did it because you both wanted to
Just keep holding on, because this too shall pass. Your lives are going to be so much better than you expect. You’re going to grow together and learn to love and respect each other, even if it takes a while.