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I'm seething about upcoming wedding

Fiona Caine is here to help if you have a relationship, sexual, marriage or family problem.

I’m due to get married in six weeks’ time but recently I’ve started to feel different about my fiance.

I don’t know if it’s the stress and worry of all the things we need to do for the wedding, but I find I just can’t stand up to him any more.

So as a result, he’s taking decisions on everything and I am agreeing to keep the peace, but inside I’m seething.

He seems to have taken over all the arrangements for the wedding, but rather than tell him when there’s something I don’t like, I just clam up.

We’ve known one another for six years so why am I starting to feel different? AC

FIONA SAYS: TALK TO SOMEONE

Lots of brides-to-be get pre-wedding doubts, but I don’t know if that’s what’s happening to you or whether you have fallen out of love.

Such nerves aren’t simple indecision; they are natural concerns about a major step in your life.

What does worry me from your letter, though, is the fact that you don't seem able to talk about this with your fiance.

If you can't communicate now, what hope is there that you will be able to do so once you are married?

You need to talk this through with someone, preferably a trained counsellor, to get through to the root of your feelings. If you don't, I believe you will be simply storing up trouble should you go ahead and get married.

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