One IMPORTANT syndrome that the World Health Organisation has not included in their guide is the wedding jitters. We all suffer from this at some point. (Even the ones who have ‘supposedly’ dreamed of getting married all their life.) The curious case of those jitters will begin just a few days before you are about to get married. Our ‘lovely’ relatives will feed on your fears with their relentless (and uninvited) thoughts and questions.
Take an example from Mukta Barve on how she handles it in Mumbai Pune Mumbai 2
This feeling of cold feet before the big day rightly explored in Mumbai Pune Mumbai 2 on ZEE5. Even when Gauri loves Gautam, her sudden existential crisis doesn’t stop from cropping up. The tentacles of doubts make her reconsider the marriage wholly. From there on, starts the wave of anxiety.
Before your heartbeat increases after reading this. Breathe, just breathe (and sip on a margarita). Your world is okay, you are okay. Don’t rush in to make impulsive decisions. Remember, these actions will have a ripple effect on your partner’s life. So, meditate, while wearing your best bridal trousseau (if it makes you feel better). Finally, remind yourself, your mascara is far too expensive to let your fears and tears to take over. Your big day is just going to be as lit as your life.
Have you ever dealt with marriage jitters? Let us know how in the comments below.
Also, if don’t miss Veere Di Wedding streaming on ZEE5 which deals with a similar topic.