As promised here is my third and final article on cold feet. For the most part this syndrome really isn’t anything to worry about except in extreme cases. You just have to make sure you don’t let these silly fears make decisions for you. So quit thinking silly thoughts about whether you should get married or not and get on with your life
Hers something you could do. Just get away from everything for a while. Stop planning the wedding, stop planning the honeymoon, and just stop planning everything all together. You can get a hold of some buddies and take off for the night. Hell why don’t you take off for the weekend. Chances are you’re going to get into a jug of whiskey with your buddies and forget about everything. I bet by the end of the night you will be calling your partner to tell them how much you love them and how much you need them. Everything is going to be cool.
Cold feet are normal in any pending marriage. For the most part it is the guy who suffers from it. You have to take the time to think about things. You need to talk to people. Talk to your partner, talk to family and friends. They’re going to tell you that what you’re feeling is normal. It is however important to get things figured out before the wedding because you don’t want to go into your big day with doubts on your mind.
So in conclusion I want you to remember to stop looking at the big picture. There is no way on this earth that we can know if we’re going to be good parents, or if we are going to make enough money. We don’t know if the marriage will last but if you really love your partner then you have to decide that you are going to get through one thing at a time.
This is the end of my miniseries on cold feet. Stories like this can be quite funny when you look back at them but in the rare occurrence they can be quite devastating. If you are suffering from cold feet then go ahead and print this out and utilize it or give it to someone else that may question you about not being sure about their wedding plans.
Dale Mazurek is an expert article writer. When it comes to relationships he has been married twenty years so he feels he has lots to offer in the relationship field. He is also in the process of getting his first novel published. You can check out both his blogs at http://relationshiptidbits.blogspot.com/