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Am I being a Bridezilla?

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Re: Am I being a Bridezilla?

  • PrettyGirlLostPrettyGirlLost A Land Filled with Unicorns and Cat Hair member
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    jackman36 said:
    BNJ810 - there is a group of women/men here who do give constructive advice without insulting the OP, regardless if they disagree with the OP or not. There is yet another group with a high school mentality that are sarcastic and rude to OP's with attacks and insults and GRAPHICS and/or using the F word (all the while protesting loudly that this is allowed on this website) - but when the OP protests about this blatant rudeness, the high school mentality group attacks the OP as being the rude one and that they are "just trying to help" and that the OP "just wants to hear what the OP wants to hear."  "Might makes Right" according to this high school bully group. It's all BS and anyone coming this this website realizes this.
    OP - please understand that some of us do try to give advice whether we agree with you or not - without demeaning you in the process. I personally think that you should REASONABLY hope that your mother and MOH could dispense for a PART of one day (your wedding day) to stop smoking for your comfort at your wedding. Not for 24 hours as smoking is an addiction, but just for the part that involves your wedding.
    Now sit back and watch the high schoolers attack what I just said. 
    Best of luck to you.
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  • PrettyGirlLostPrettyGirlLost A Land Filled with Unicorns and Cat Hair member
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    BNJ810 said:
    If you had seen a doctor, an allergist would have told you that inhaled allergens (smoke, perfume, pollen) do not cause vomiting or migraines. That would be a symptom of ingested (food) allergens. Problem solved. Now you should see a doctor to find out why you experience migraines and vomiting around your mother and maid of honor.

    Are you a doctor? 

    I cannot even believe I am explaining myself.  I've had these issues since I was young.  It's not just cigarette smoke.  It's smells in general.  There is no rhyme or reason for when/how they will effect me and I never know what kind of smells cause a problem.  There are some things that have a more common reaction than others.  The smell of cigarettes is the worst/most common. 

    When I was young I went to numerous doctors.  I've seen gen. practice physicians, internists, allergists, ophthalmologists, otolaryngologists, migraine specialists, even a neuromuscular dentist.  After more tests and doctors appointments than I can possibly count and numerous prescriptions that did absolutely nothing we gave up.  My mom spent thousands of dollars trying to figure out what was wrong and they never came up with anything other than a new prescription to try.   Since this clearly isn't going to kill me I decided it's not worth it to spend the money.  I avoid things that will generally make me sick and when it happens I suck it up and deal with it.  I've accepted it's just a weird thing that's wrong with my body.  I have no desire to see a doctor now because what's the point?  It's a waste of my time and theirs.  Plus, it's a waste of money.   


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