Wedding Sanity Savers: How to Handle the Stickiest Dilemmas, Scrapes, and Questions That Arise on the Road to Your Perfect Day

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Wedding Sanity Savers: How to Handle the Stickiest Dilemmas, Scrapes, and Questions That Arise on the Road to Your Perfect Day

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As a bride, you worry about finding the perfect dress, choosing the location for the reception, and keeping your wedding expenses within a certain budget. But beyond the straight ABCs of planning a wedding lie the more personal, emotional issues that can threaten to unravel your perfect day: jealous friends, bratty bridesmaids, complicated extended families, and pre-wedding jitters. Thankfully, help is here! From wedding and relationship experts Dr. Dale Atkins and Annie Gilbar comes Wedding San

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3 Responses to “Wedding Sanity Savers: How to Handle the Stickiest Dilemmas, Scrapes, and Questions That Arise on the Road to Your Perfect Day”
  1. D. Williams says:
    6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Planning a wedding can be fun!, July 18, 2005
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    D. Williams
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    This review is from: Wedding Sanity Savers: How to Handle the Stickiest Dilemmas, Scrapes, and Questions That Arise on the Road to Your Perfect Day (Paperback)
    Before you even think about planning a wedding you MUST READ this book. Not only does it address all the uncomfortable questions/issues, it also brings to light the ones you didn’t even know to ask.

    It takes the ZILLA out of being a BRIDE . . . and it makes the perfect gift for friends when they get engaged!

    Dr. Dale and Ms. Gilbar – THANK YOU compiling such a helpful manual.

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  2. She-Ra says:
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
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    How not to feel alone when planning your wedding, October 30, 2008
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    She-Ra (Orange County, CA) –

    This review is from: Wedding Sanity Savers: How to Handle the Stickiest Dilemmas, Scrapes, and Questions That Arise on the Road to Your Perfect Day (Paperback)
    I’m planning my wedding right now, and my family is driving me crazy. This book is wonderful – it lists hundreds of awful scenarios and how to cope with them. Some of these scenarios are so bad! Reading about them makes me feel less alone in this experience, and makes me feel grateful that I don’t have to endure some really awful scenarios. And all of them teach some important take-aways: 1) That everyone, not just you, goes through a transition when you get married, 2) That all the crap that families normally successfully ignore will come to the surface at this time, 3) That you can’t change other people, but you yourself can be gracious and positive and choose not to let it get to you.

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  3. P. Vega says:
    3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Not as good as it sounds, April 28, 2006
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    P. Vega (Laurel, MD United States) –
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    This review is from: Wedding Sanity Savers: How to Handle the Stickiest Dilemmas, Scrapes, and Questions That Arise on the Road to Your Perfect Day (Paperback)
    Instead of buying this book, I went to the library to check it out and after reading the other reviews, I was very disappointed. This book has little to do with “sanity saving” it’s mostly just letters of unique situations written to the author of this book. He replies with common sense advice and even sometimes advice that “beats around the bush” (indirect advice). For the average healthy bride I recommend reading the book by the Knot (don’t remember what it is called but it has “The Knot” in the title). I also got that at the library and it has absolutely everything! No need to get another book. It offers real “sanity saving” advice and some real life stories for all situations. But if I have to say something positive about the other book, it does have a cute cover… but thats about it.

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