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your prewedding jitters, solved

A wedding is a loaded event—financially, emotionally and even spiritually—so it’s no wonder there can be a lot of anxiety surrounding both the actual celebration the idea of marriage. There are certainly red flags you should pay attention to, but the majority of prewedding jitters stem from the expectation that this is supposed to be, unequivocally, the happiest time in your life. And while that can definitely be true (hey, it’s pretty darn fun!), it’s also okay to feel a bit thrown off by the whole thing. “We think of happiness as really binary,” explains Matt Lundquist, founder and director of normal to feel leading up to the main event? Here are the top worries psychologists say are most common.

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