April showers bring May flowers... and lots of wedding invitations! If you're going to a wedding or having a wedding, or hope to someday have a wedding, then the articles below should be of help! Also excited to share a clip below from recent appearance on Nancy Grace, shown on HLNTV owned by CNN. The topic is tragic (drunk driving) but there is some interesting discussion about coping and potential ways to move forward.
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7 Ways to Reduce Wedding Stress
Getting married is a BFD: You are fully aware of this fact. Your in-laws have reminded you of it. And your husband- or wife-to-be is likely facing the same after-effects of OMG, WE JUST GOT ENGAGED.
Then comes the planning.
As if the prospect of spending the rest of your life with someone weren't daunting enough, putting together a major event can be seriously stressful. And yet, it's supposed to be one of the happiest days of your life. Is there any way to keep this as exciting and fabulous as possible? Here are seven wedding stress management tips to help do the trick.
Tired of being in wedding parties that are never your own wedding? If you know you want a relationship that leads to marriage and you want to find it in the next year or two, it's time to rethink your dating strategy.
While many women are willing to wait decades to find their ideal match, others feel that finding a partner is one of their current life priorities. If that's you and you're ready to take deliberate action to increase your chances of making it happen, follow these three steps.
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