If getting married is supposed to be so great, why do I feel like this?
If you're a bride, groom, or member of the wedding party, you might be feeling the pressure of planning this emotionally draining experience. Occasional Therapy: The Wedding provides exercises and strategies that allow you to take an active role in managing the stress and anxiety that often accompany this joyous event.
Occasional Therapy offers you the chance to assess your current symptoms and helps you to understand and change unwanted behaviors and emotions. Drawing upon her extensive experience as a psychotherapist and family mediator, Dr. Ellyn Gamberg provides supportive, therapeutic suggestions to give you the freedom you need to develop your own insight and solutions into your behavior without the distraction of others' opinions, criticism, or judgment. In addition, Dr. Gamberg helps you navigate some of your toughest pre-wedding challenges, including: Arguments and family disputes Unsolicited help and advice Changing roles Different backgrounds and traditions Commitment issues Divorced and estranged parents By learning to recognize stress, resolve conflicts, communicate clearly, and draw boundaries, you'll not only survive the wedding, you'll enjoy it!