Weddings are wonderful occasions! It’s your big day coming up and you can’t wait!  But there is just that little niggling voice at the back of your mind starting to pipe up. How are you going to get through the day with so many people looking at you? What if you fluff your lines when the Registrar asks you to repeat your name or you just can’t speak when it comes to saying ‘I do’? With many ceremonies now recorded for posterity, any slight quaver in the voice is picked up for all to hear.

Dealing with all the different people and services you need to book is stressful, especially if you are doing it yourself rather than using a wedding planner – and they can be a handful,too! What if you have forgotten something or you are let down at the last minute? What if you can’t afford what you really want?  It is very easy to start to panic or develop an unwanted behaviour, like smoking or drinking too much, to cope with it all.

And those speeches which the Father of the Bride, Best Man and Groom have to make? Many of us are nervous when speaking in public but there is a huge amount of pressure for wedding speeches to be perfect when you are in front of your nearest and dearest – and new in-laws! Speech-makers are expected to ensure they have a witty riposte for any hecklers, too, so there’s no pressure there, then!

Perhaps you would like to lose a few pounds so that beautiful dress or amazing suit would just fit slightly less snuggly – especially as photographs and videos can be so unforgiving. About 50% of women admit to trying to lose weight before a wedding, so you’re not on your own if you and your wedding party decide to embark on a weight loss and exercise programme.

After the wedding when everyone else can relax, the new married couple often jet off on honeymoon. But what if you have a fear of flying or are worried about the injections or foreign food? These fears are real for many and worrying about them can put the dampers on such a wonderful, exciting day.

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But help is at hand! All the stresses and strains of planning a wedding and becoming a couple can be smoothed out with Release Your Potential Clinical Hypnotherapy and Stress Management. I can help you and your Wedding Party to relax, so you get through the day in a calm, collected and confident manner. I can ensure the speech-makers are totally secure in their ability to make their speeches, help you and your main wedding party lose that extra weight, free you from fears and phobias and warrant that you will have a day to remember for all the right reasons.

Why not give me a call to discuss how I can help you with your wedding plans.

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Louise Shepherd