Stress is a biological term for the consequences of the failure of a human or animal to respond appropriately to emotional or physical threats to the organism, whether actual or imagined.
It is also a constant state that most Brides-to-be are in. This also refers to the hardship in dealing with the following (but not limited to):
- Grooms-to-be who keeps saying "That's nice, baby. Too bad we're over our budget already" to all your suggestions.
- Parents who keeps inviting people you don't know or you haven't seen since grade school
- Suppliers who can't seem to keep their end of the contract
- Bridesmaids who can't find an hour of their time for the scheduled gown measurement and fitting
Common sources of this condition are as follows (but not limited to):
- Your fiance's parents didn't like the food selection of your caterer and wants to replace them with less than two months away from the big day
- Engagement session that is yet to be scheduled
- Music selection that is also yet to be discussed
- Cake flavor and design that is yet to be finalized
- Guestlist that seems impossible to finalized