In her latest column, Alyssa talks about her role as the maid of honor in her best friend’s wedding. She was worried that SMA would make her responsibilities difficult. Would she have enough energy to make it through the reception? In the end, she found a balance between rest and activity. Ultimately, she was able to stand next to her best friend during the ceremony.
Alyssa says that her best friend, Amanda, was supportive, and encouraged Alyssa to prioritize her health in the midst of wedding chaos. It was hard for Alyssa to accept that SMA might impact her ability to be there for Amanda on her special day, but she feels lucky to have such an amazing best friend.
Have you ever participated in a wedding? What was your experience like?
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