I've been married for less than a year, so I feel like I remember pretty well just how stressful the wedding planning process is. Trust me, I know it was a struggle. BUT, I don't necessarily think I would have done this...
"Wedding therapy" is the new trend for engaged couples. Not to be confused with premarital counseling, "wedding therapy" specifically focuses on issues related to the big day.
There's a woman who offers her services to engaged couples. According to Insider:
She offers six different kinds of sessions for her clients, including family sessions, premarital counseling, and off-site sessions.
"Sometimes it can be helpful for a bride or groom to have their therapist join for a particular appointment," Bejar told Insider of off-site appointments.
"An example of this might be a client who is practicing communication and/or assertiveness skills and has trouble being clear about her opinion with vendors."
The average cost of a session with Bejar is $150. She had approximately 20 clients at the time Insider spoke with her.
What are your thoughts? Would you do this?!