My apologies; I didn't mean to make it sound like I thought you were renewing the vows Because you worry about what others think. I meant more that you're already happily married to him & therefore it doesn't matter what others think; the important thing is that you're married & happy together. My fiance and I have gone through a lot of family drama while planning our wedding, but what they think ultimately doesn't matter because come 29 days, I'll be married to the person I love, regardless of whether we've been planning it for the past year or just in a few short months. The rest of my life with him is what matters, not whether something goes awry on the wedding day or what people think of me or him, or us. Screw 'Em! :) I think it's important to really think about why you want to have another wedding now, big or small, since if it's big that could be a lot of money when it may be unnecessary for the wrong reasons. Only you can decide that, just remember it doesn't matter what others think; we're all okay regardless of whether we're thin, not so thin, short, tall, etc. The challenge of ignoring others opinions is definitely as challenging as losing weight. You Can Do It! :) Good Luck!!
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24 10/13/11 10:56 A
You may have read it wrong. I do not want to renew our vows to feel like he loves me or i deserve him. I know he loves me. We ot married a month after i graduated high school and it was completely thrown together on a whim. I'm not looking to prove anything to anyone. And when it comes to what complete strangers think, that is one of my biggest problems, i do care what everyone thinks. When I see someone looking at me I try to imagine what they are thinking about me. I always feel that people are judging me. I feel that I have to judge myself before they do cause then I won't be suprized and hurt if someone tells me something negative about me. yes, this is one thing that I would like to change with this transforation.
If he didn't love you, he wouldn't have Married you. I don't think spending 10-20 grand on a vow renewal is going to make you feel like you deserve him more; that's something you have to reconcile for yourself within yourself. You're already married; you don't have anything to prove to anyone. Who cares what someone you don't know on the street thinks?! You can definitely achieve your goal by Valentine's Day and you should Want to maintain the weight. There's no reason to lose weight and figure you'll gain it back. Good Luck!!
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24 10/11/11 12:29 P
My husband and I are looking to renew our vows next may but since money has been so tight lately we may have to put off till 2013. Our first wedding was only slightly short of a disaster. This time we want the money to have the wedding that we have wanted the whole time. My goal is to be at my ideal weight by Valentine's Day 2012 so if we postpone the wedding till 2013 I will have to try my damdest to maintane that weight. I want to look perfect in my wedding dress.I want to be able to wear the dress of my dreams with out having to settle for one that fits.I mainly want to do this cause my husband tells me all the time that I am pretty and georgous and sexy and for once in my life I want to feel it, i dont want to have to tell him that I dont think I am. I want to feel like I belong with him, that people arent looking at us together in public wondering why someone who is as handsome as he is is with someone like me.
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