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Wedding Plans On Hold? Here Are Some Tips To Stay Positive During Lockdown

For those whose wedding plans have been put on hold because of Coronavirus scare, here are some tips and ways to stay positive during this COVID-19 lockdown.

Wedding plans

The current Coronavirus situation has brought the whole world to a standstill. Events and gatherings have been cancelled or postponed as a large gathering of people is not allowed in most of the countries. This means that weddings plans of many couples among all the other things have been postponed until the situation gets back to normal.

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Wedding is one of the biggest milestones in a couple’s life. The couple and their families plan everything for the big day in advance. Such sudden hurdles prove to be a headache for both the families and all the wedding plans. Here are some of the things one can do in the time of CCOVID-19 lockdown and stay positive about the future.

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Keep a tab on your health

During this time of COVID-19 lockdown, keeping a tab on one’s health is very important. It becomes very necessary to keep an eye on one’s health and not just physical health; mental health also becomes important during such period. Postponement of wedding plans can emotionally affect people. One can always utilise this time to work on their health and well-being to stay positive.

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Communication with partner

This COVID-19 lockdown may have rained on your wedding plans but it cannot be a reason to stop communicating with your partner. The COVID-19 lockdown is difficult for everyone and during this time, one should always check up on your partner. Keep talking with your other half and discuss the wedding plans to stay positive.

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Get back to work

During this COVID-19 lockdown, it is preferred to get busy in office work. As most of the people are working from home it will keep one busy and occupied. This way the couple can find a healthy and productive distraction from the negative thoughts.

Refrain from gossip

A person is not answerable to anyone for the things that are out of their control. Postponement of wedding plans may raise some questions but one should avoid them by telling they will answer it once they get some clarity. Prioritising your own and your partner’s health should be one’s number one priority.

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