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SgtPepperette

Finding the strength to continue to plan my wedding

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Oh sweetie, this is so sad. (my hormones are going crazy and I am trying to hold back the tears for you) I know how it feels to heart emotionally. It truly hurts. What you need is time to grieve. Don't worry about the wedding right now. This time is for you and your FI to get through this death together. Dealing with death is such a major event in a relationship. One day of you life is not a priority. You will start planning on your own time. I see you have over a year... not to worry! I started planning mine in less than a year... and 3 months until.. I was/am twiddling my thumbs trying to find stuff to do... (in other words: wasting money)

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I teared up thinking about what you must feel at this moment. Take your time planning your wedding - nothing has to be planned at this moment. Everyone will understand. And when you do, remember that although it will be tough at times, your dad wants you to be happy and will be with you in spirit on the day of your wedding.

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I can't imagine what you must be going through. Take your time to sort things out. It will all come together in a beautiful way when the time is right.

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I just wanted to thank all of you from the bottom of my heart. As a new member it truly is amazing the support you have have given knowing me for such a short time. Thank you so much. Im truly lucky to found a support group like this one! I appreciate it so much during this difficult time.

 

Im looking forward to honoring my dad at my wedding. :)

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Isn't this place awesome SgtPepperette? I'm so glad to be here. I am thinking about you today and sending you happy wings of strength for the day. I am sure you will find the perfect way to honor your dad at your wedding. There are tons of ideas on here for people who have done so for a loved one who has passed on.

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