Posted: January 16, 2012 in Intro

The other day I came across this article about a man who’s apparently dragging out a lawsuit with a wedding photographer, who supposedly botched the guys wedding photos.

I believe in treating customers with respect and delivering the service you’ve promised, and if this is not done right, I also believe in certain measures to ensure the customer is reimbursed…but what I don’t believe is spending time and stress on what’s not important and/or asking for unreasonable compensation.

Missed moments in a wedding can never be regained. The time has passed. The photographers were there for just about the entire wedding, got the most important moments, and from what I can see, the photos didn’t come out too shabby.

So, should he just let it go? Maybe, because like the groom’s special day, which is long gone (they were married in 2003), likewise, the bride is also gone.

True! They divorced in  2010. This is clearly a very sad case of a husband hanging on too tightly to the past. And, no matter how hard he tries to force the photographer to re-stage the photo shoot and his ‘X’-Bride to stand there in her gown. According to Stacy Zaretsky’s blog post on ‘according to (photographers) H & H’s founder, Curt Fried, apparently doesn’t even know where his ex-wife lives …’)

While this man’s wedding day might have been the happiest moments in his life, there is nothing he can do to get it back. Honestly, after divorce, there is usually not much that can be done to reconcile.

If you are holding on too tightly to your wedding day feelings…let them go.
The wedding was never the marriage anyways…it was just THE day in the past that you said your vows and partied with friends on. Seriously, it had very little to do with the success or demise of your marriage.

Nothing will get those wedding-day-feelings (or those happy-parts-of-the-marriage) back.

The divorce is real.  It happened.

Tuck the wedding photos away in a drawer for after the wounds have healed…don’t try to relive it…just remember it…


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