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Rachel Safier has written a unique self-help tome that is a combination diary and workbook to help brides with cold feet identify, sort through, and deal with their feelings.
You're engaged, and it's supposed to be "the happiest time of your life," but it's falling short of expectations. Worse yet, you're feeling a combination of dread, anxiety, and the sensation that you're on an emotional roller coaster that's headed down, down, down. Is something wrong with you? No! says Safier, who's been there and has lived to tell the tale. She's also enlisted 62 other prospective brides who bucked the altar to talk about their feelings and experiences. Safier addresses practical as well as emotional issues, as in how to recoup some, if not all, of the money you've paid out to vendors for the big day. Even if you think you only have the pre-wedding jitters, read this book, do some serious reflection, and then make one of the most important decisions you'll ever make. Vivian Kelly