29 Nov

Before You Say “I Do” – Airwaves Calgary –

AirwavesWeddingDJColdfeetEveryone has second thoughts before getting married.┬áThats natural. Weather you listen to them or not is your decision. Most people know they’re with the right person but still question life as a single. Theirs a difference between questioning your potential marriage and just questioning it because you’re nervous about how your life is about to change.

A good way to look into this is to sit down and talk with a friend or family member thats been recently married. Ask them about how their life changed after getting married and what to expect. I also advise talking to more then one person about this as it can have a skewed perception from person to person. Their are a handful of things you can ask yourself and do to make sure you’re still on the right track.

The first is to recall why you said yes in the first place. Explore this more and see if these points can still be applied and are still valid.

Next, think about what you have to look forward to and focus on the positives.

You can also ask yourself if your fiance has changed since the day you said yes and if its been for the better. If not, its something you need to look into more.

Don’t forget that you can vent and talk to doctors, relationship counsellors, ministers and family members for confidentiality.

Lastly, ask yourself if you’re honestly ready for the commitment of marriage. A lot of cases are yes, but if you find yourself saying no, you need to sit down and talk with your partner, especially before you’ve put all your deposits down and the ice sculpture is melting in the reception halls lobby.

Im in no way, shape and or form saying don’t get married. Its just something you want to be committed to and positive about before its too late.