I'm sure I can come up a lot of other unfortunate mishaps, but I'll spare you the unpleasant rehashing. I suppose the stress and anxiety of planning and producing the most significant event in my life had reached a breaking point. The pressure of creating the absolute perfect day had built up so much that when a few small things had gone awry, it all finally exploded in an extremely ugly outburst of tears and torment.
This emotional crash went on for a couple of days until I finally realized that it was totally useless and unproductive to feel that way any longer. I guess that I just needed to vent and get it all out of my system. A few days later, my wonderful husband and I were strolling hand in hand along a soft sandy beach in Mexico where we had a fabulous, picture-perfect honeymoon. The bottom line here is that it is all right to vent and express our feelings, even if it doesn't make sense at the time. Just be sure to not dwell on it too long or take out your frustration on your loved ones. Why Writing A Memoir Will Change Your Life
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Also, do not sweat the small stuff. Even if things do not go perfectly how you imagined them, just go with the flow and make the best of any given situation. Be grateful for all the wonderful blessings in your life and let go of regret and resentment. Energy flows where your attention goes, so you might as well focus on peace, joy and love. Your Dog Could Be Sabotaging Your Relationship
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It may also help to take herbal supplements, especially in times of high stress to help balance, calm, and ease anxiety. I love and recommend Add Lib — an all natural daily supplement, as it makes such a huge difference in the way I feel mentally, physically and emotionally. With all the excitement during the wedding week, I realized I had forgotten to take it — but soon got back on my daily regiment and am feeling on top of my game again!