For my part, I care about helping people make the best decisions they can about their upcoming weddings, whether it's calling it off or working through the feelings that cause them indecision.
I’ve been counseling brides and grooms with cold feet for more than 12 years, and I understand how difficult it is to have doubts and ask the hard questions.
Having cold feet before your wedding is complicated.
Untangling your feelings of cold feet before your wedding can sometimes seem like unraveling a complex knot.
It doesn't help when a well-meaning family member or friend who knows you are struggling and upset says, “If you have any doubts, you should just call it off.”
It only makes you feel worse.
Because it’s bad advice.
If you call off your wedding just to get rid of your uncomfortable feelings of cold feet,
For your own life narrative -- for your sense of who you are as a person -- you’ll need a clear understanding of why you canceled your wedding beyond It just didn't feel right.
To help you reach that clear understanding, I’ve created a 5-day cold feet email course to help you get to the root causes of your cold feet.
Yes, you may ultimately determine that this man or woman just isn't right for you. But in my experience, that isn’t always the case. And with a decision this big, it's wise to leave no stone unturned.