A bride getting cold feet before her wedding is a tale as old as time. Unfortunately, the fact that this is relatively normal may not do much to make you feel better. If you feel like you need more support to get over your wedding jitters, you may want to look into these four methods of gaining confidence in your future.
The best people to convince you that you're on the right path are your partner's friends. They are the people who know your partner the best and who can honestly assess whether the two of you are suited for one another. If your partner has good friends, these are the people who will let you know exactly how lucky you are to have found the right person.
Spiritual guidance comes in many forms. For some, it's a religious figure. For others, it may be psychics. What's important, though, is that these figures can give you the kind of insight that you might not be able to find on your own. If you are concerned about your future, it helps to talk to someone who deals with matters beyond this world on a regular basis.
If you have friends who are happily married, go to them for advice. The truth is that at least one of them probably had some pre-wedding jitters and they'll let you know exactly how they go over those fears. Even better, you'll get to see a great example of how things turned out for the best since your friends not only made it through the wedding but because they are still happily together. Sometimes seeing a success story is all it takes.
Finally, it may be necessary to talk to your partner before the wedding just to make sure you are on the same page. If you know there are conversations that you haven't yet had, have those conversations now. Not only will this give you more confidence going into your wedding, but it will remind you both that you're on a major life journey with one another.
Pre-wedding jitters don't go away easily but having the right sources of advice can help. Talk to those who know you, who know your partner, and who knows what it's like to feel uneasy about the future. Sometimes just having the right conversations will help you to put everything into perspective.
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