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WEDDING PLANNING CRISIS?
If you or anyone you know is struggling with depression, here are some suggestions to get you through the wedding planning crisis.
Get a list of your wedding planner.
Get one or two wedding planners that you trust.
You’ll be much better off than if you were just hanging on to the wedding planner you liked the first time around.
You may need professional help from a therapist, psychiatrist, or counselor.
If you’re worried that your wedding planning is getting worse, talk to a wedding planner who has a degree in psychology or marriage counseling.
Schedule your appointments.
You can get a list from your wedding coordinator.
If it’s important to you that you get the wedding plans done early, ask for a special appointment.
Ask the wedding coordinator to schedule the date, time, and location of the appointment.
Call the wedding planner.
Ask if the wedding organizer has a crisis line.
They’ll likely say yes, but there may be a fee to call.
If so, ask what it’s like to get help for a crisis.
Get the appointment schedule.
You should be able to schedule an appointment for yourself or someone you know who has depression.
This is important because the wedding is the moment that really gets your wedding plan.
You don’t want to get overwhelmed or overwhelmed by your wedding.
Make sure you tell the wedding director that you’re looking for help, and that you want to discuss the situation with them.
They can offer you support and support groups.
Get an appointment with a counselor.
You need someone to talk to and to listen to.
Ask your wedding director to schedule a meeting with a professional counselor.
It may be hard to schedule, but they can offer a better chance of getting the crisis resolved.
Talk to a marriage counselor.
Talk with a marriage therapist or marriage coach to understand how you feel about the wedding.
They may be able offer a different approach to the situation.
Look for more help.
There are many resources that help you find the right counselor, therapist, or marriage counselor, including the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.
Some wedding planning counselors will have wedding planning workshops.
If your wedding is scheduled for a different date, try looking online for other wedding planning professionals who can help.
Some therapists may even offer counseling as a service to you.
Get professional help.
A wedding planner may need to schedule appointments with someone other than a wedding coordinator, so ask the wedding planners for advice about their experience.
Call your wedding consultant.
A consultant will be able help you with wedding planning issues you may have not been aware of.
They also may be trained to help you.