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Published: Friday, Aug. 22 2014 5:30 a.m. MDT

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Novi, MI

So, my wife was a "chill" bride for our wedding a few months ago. We didn't have the issues the article described with being unable to make decisions. Instead we decided what to do based on what we wanted for our wedding. If something wasn't possible then it was and we did a work around. The only distress came in the days before the wedding when her mom had an anxiety attack because my wife wasn't having one. She assumed that since my wife wasn't panicking visibly she must be panicking twice as much and just suppressing it. It... it made the wedding more stressful than it really should have been.

Sore loser
tampa, fl

Big weddings = happy marriages and bigger profits for the bridal industry.

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