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My youngest sister has passed...I want to cancel ceremony

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I am so sorry for your loss. We've all lost loved ones at some point in our lives, but when it's someone who is young and in the prime of their life and especially when it comes unexpectedly; it is even more difficult to bear.

I agree with SunBride - you probably need to take some time to grieve and deal with your loss, however long that takes. Sometimes, we think we are dealing with a loss extremely well, when in fact, we're not. I know when my Dad passed away; I wasn't able to attend any "happy" events for about 6 months. You will be affected in many different ways - not only emotionally, but physically and mentally, as this type of loss saps quite a bit of your energy.

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Again like all the other brides here I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Take some time before you make any decisions. Reflect back on her life.

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You are in my thoughts and prayers and I echo what most have said already- Take time to grieve and reflect and the answer will come to you.

 

Again, I am deeply sorry for your loss

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I can't even expect you to accept my deepest deepest condolences. I'm so terribly sorry this has happened to you. I know that it's the last thing you want to hear, but going through this type of thing myself..... evertything always works out..... and it will for you too. Chin up. and smile....it's hard, ut you have TONZ of support right here. My prayers go out to you and your family. stay strong.

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I am so sorry and nothing I can say will make it better but the girls are right - take a couple of weeks to not think about it then decide what to do.

 

My father is really ill and i've already said no matter what happens I will not cancel my wedding, FI's sister is also really ill and he has said the same. However that is us and everyone is different.

 

My friend's son was killed in Afghanistan and 2 weeks later his uncle got married she said it was a really hard day but a wonderful one 2 because it helped show her that life really did go on and that even if he wasn't there physically she knew he was there in spirit. I think they even kind of included him in the ceremony.

 

You'll make the decision thats right for you and FI when you need to xx

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I am also so sorry to hear this. All i can say is take time to grieve and love one another. You will find the right answer just give oyurself sometime. You and your family are in my prayers.

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Wow, take some time away from the wedding planning and be with your family. You'll make the right decisions from there. Our thoughts are with you :)

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