You're likely to feel a thousand and one things after proposing or accepting a proposal
Committing your life to someone takes a lot of boldness and you're likely to feel a thousand and one things after proposing or accepting a proposal.
It doesn't matter if you've loved them for a long time or a while, after everything has been made official you are likely to forget every love conversation you've had and become nervous.
Inspired by Brides.com, here are a few things that could happen after getting engaged:
1. You could feel sadness: As much people will tell you that this period should be your happiest, your mind may go to other things that'll make you sad, like wishing a loved one was living to see this day or loss of your spinster/bachelorhood.
2. You could reopen sealed family issues: Your engagement may trigger a sense of doubt in yourself, especially if your family was a dysfunctional one. In a family where the parents split and both of them married multiple times to other partners, you may begin to doubt your capabilities of being a good wife or husband.
3. You could get scared: Sometimes you may develop cold feet about committing your life to someone, scared of the future even if it's just for a moment.
4. You could feel anxiety: As a result of the wedding planning, anxiousness is a normal thing. You have come to stage where you can get on each other's nerves and see through your faults. All that matters is if you wish to go ahead with the wedding.
5. You may question yourself: After the proposal and engagement, maybe weeks to the wedding , you may begin to ask yourself if you made the wrong or right decision. This only applies to a few people, other pretty much look forward to tying the knot which is very good.