You’ve gone through the process of making your wedding ceremony come successful. You enjoyed every bit of your engagement and wedding ceremony with fun and excitement. Your family and friends showered so much love on you as the bride on your wedding day and the groom feels like the prince charming you cannot do without.
Okay. You’re done with the wedding planning and the ceremony is over. Your family and friends have returned after honouring your invitation and sharing your special day with you. You’ve gone on a memorable and exciting honeymoon and you’re back alone with your husband and you’re like, “What next?”
You’ve had decisions to make and people to meet and now, everything is all over. You have so much free time that you’re wondering what to do next. The bride experiences post wedding blues when the period of letdown follows planning the wedding. Post wedding blue causes sadness, boredom, lethargy and loneliness.
Here’s how to get over post wedding blues.
- Open Up To Your Husband
It’s likely he has the same feelings are you. Talk to him and express how you feel. Opening up brings you closer and knowing that you share the same issue.
- Take Some Time
After your wedding ceremony and honeymoon experience, take some more time to enjoy the newlyweds feelings before returning to your normal routine.
- Know That Your Wedding is Different From Your Marriage
After going through the phase of your wedding ceremony, your marriage should be your next focus, your lasting relationship with your partner. Be looking towards enjoying your new home and your new life with your spouse.
Your marriage is about the person you married and not about the outfit or looks on your wedding day. Focus on planning your successful future together as happy couples.
- Do The Couples Things
Learn to do exciting things together to spice up your marriage. You could enjoy late night dates together, have an early jog and learn to cook and dance together or go to the movies at night.
- Join a Social Group
You’ve just had a large group of family and friends, your wedding vendors and bridal party. After your wedding ceremony, you could join a social group to still have that sense of belonging. It could be a cooking club or a sport club, or better still, a group of married woman sharing their marriage experiences for you to learn as a newlywed.
Maryam is a poet, blogger, graphics artist, and love coach. She mentors other ladies on finding the right life partner and communicating effectively in their relationships. She’s passionate about helping couples to plan & organize romantic weddings.
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