Why does a woman feel the need to lose weight (after) being proposed to?
Clearly her fiancé was happy with her. Who is she trying to impress?
The latest technique for Brides-to-be looking to shed that final 10 - 20 pounds in order to fit into their dream wedding gown is, The K-E Diet: Brides-to-Be (Using Feeding Tubes) to shed 20 pounds in 10 days…etc At what point does it become crazy? The wedding is just one day! Marriage is for life.
She is trying to not forever dislike her own wedding photos . If there were not wedding photos, I think that would take off a lot of pressure to impress ... herself.
To look better in her wedding dress. To meet her future husbands expectations of her. To match her view of the perfect bride. Etc. There are many reasons, not just one.
My entire extended family and close family friends have gone on weight loss programs. I believe it's because the photos last a lifetime.
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