Planning a wedding is stressful enough on its own. You have to come up with a plan and follow it to the best of your ability, all the while preparing yourself for the inevitability that not all will go as…well, planned. You must juggle your own likes and dislikes with the preferences and opinions of others, which are often unsolicited (although much helpful advice can emerge from the fog). Compromise is the name of the game and is often a valuable tool in preventing drama from melting over and causing trouble.
When you have anxiety and/or depression, however, issues become gigantic and deadlines loom like never before—even if they haven’t been set in stone yet.