Why are weddings so stressful?December 1st 2014
Wedding stress starts to build up months or even years before the actual wedding day. From that first moment as a child when you adorned your head with an old pair of net curtains and clutched a daisy bouquet, you have been preparing for this one momentous day that will change your life (no pressure there then!). When you think about it, a wedding is 20 to 30 years of hopes and dreams all in a six-hour time frame. The wedding day represents unlimited possibilities and new beginnings; there’s so much stress because it has got to be right, there will be no second chances to create your fairytale day.
Of course, in reality, nothing has to be perfect, all that is in your head (and possibly your mother-in-law’s!) Weddings are supposed to be about two people in love committing their lives to each other in a joyous celebration with friends and family. The only tears are meant to be tears of joy, and any raised voices should come from high spirits, not rattled nerves! Unfortunately stress may present itself in physical and emotional symptoms like shaking, sweating, nausea, stomach upset, dizziness, hyperventilation, panic attacks, crying and emotional outbursts, all of which feel out of your control.
Your wedding day is arguably the most important day of your life, and certainly the most expensive! It is also supposed to be the happiest day of your life – so why let it be ruined by nervous stress? If you find yourself obsessing about every little detail, losing sleep, constantly worrying, and bickering with your fiancé, it is unlikely that you are actually going to enjoy the preparations for your wedding – which should be half the fun, and even the big day itself could leave you feeling less blushing bride than red faced wreck!
So what’s the cure? Is it really possible to breeze through the planning stage in a rosy glow of love and super woman efficiency, and arrive at the church a vision of calm elegance, ready to savour every moment as you glide effortlessly through the day. With Lynn Ward Hypnotherapy the answer is a resounding yes!
Close Your Eyes…..Take a Deep Breath…Smile…and Just Imagine Feeling Serene, Calm and Beautiful!
Source : http://www.lynnwardhypnotherapy.co.uk