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Planning A Wedding With Chronic Illness

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Chronic illness is something that affects so many people, yet those who are touched by it march on silently, often alone.

For those in a relationship, it stretches the boundaries, tests the bond you have and requires so much emotional energy, patience and loyalty. It’s a journey which can provide many rewarding jewels but can also be something which makes your soul ache with the strength it requires and pain it causes.

logo Planning A Wedding With Chronic Illness

Pronovias via Brides has created a website called BeMyRock.org which is designed as a support community for engaged couples who have been touched by chronic illness to help them plan a wedding. It includes a community forum, reading list, advice from the editors of Pronovias via Brides and plenty of resources.

The site is not only for those who suffer a chronic illness themselves, but also for those who have been touched by illness of family members or friends.

Tackling the task of planning a wedding is enough to send any person bonkers (or to use a certain zilla term!) Planning a wedding while dealing with chronic illness brings even more challenges. How do I deal with standing for my half hour ceremony? How do I involve my dad who has cancer?

BeMyRock.org is something the wedding industry has needed for a long time. If you’re touched by a chronic illness check it out, tell your friends and spread the word!

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  • amanda says:
    June 1, 2008 at 12:42 pm

    thank you so much for posting this. it’s so great to finally have a resource for those of us couples impacted by health issues.

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