Posted 23 July 2009 - 11:25 AM
I have to say, I'm feeling it.
First let me say that I in no way regret or have any doubts about marrying DH. I am super happy about that. But I feel like everything else in my life sucks. The job I haven't been too crazy about I now totally hate. I want to do a career change, but am struggling with figuring it all out. I feel like my life is boring. All I can think about is running away to an island! It's just crazy!
I wish I could just snap out of this! Has anyone else dealt with this? Oh, and this isn't all because I'm missing wedding planning. I'm so over that. (Although I will say that getting wedding pics and a video this week have given me a pick me up.) This is so frustrating!
Posted 25 July 2009 - 10:29 AM
My post wedding plan to combat the blues is to try and find something coming up in the future that I can look forward to and plan. Even if it's as simple as a weekend trip or even something special for our first anniversary. It won't be the same experience as the lead up to the wedding but just the idea of having something to look forward to will help.
If you find any brilliant solution please let me know :-)
Posted 25 July 2009 - 12:58 PM
Posted 26 July 2009 - 11:08 PM
Especially the job thing. Oh I so am in the same boat.
I too am in the midst of weighing my options on a career change. Problem is even though I am not too thrilled with my job I am not sure I could go somewhere else and do something I really want to do and make the $$$ to pay bills.
So I get it! the best thing in my life is my DH..Love him more than anything and I am sooooo happy to be a Mrs. now. I kinda missed the wedding planning right after but that has passed.
Hang in there Kristy you are not alone!
Posted 27 July 2009 - 11:40 AM
It's funny how I'm constantly trying to distract myself from what I need to do- I've distracted myself from the wedding, now I'm using the wedding to distract myself from what I have to do when we get back!
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