I heard the best way to get over a break-up is to go to a wedding. Why doesn't she want me to go?

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I've been living with my girlfriend for 3 months,
and shes at her parents for a week in another state.
Once when talking over the phone, she said she got a dress for her cousins wedding in August. It sounded like it was just her going, so I asked if I was going, and said no. I asked why and she couldn't really explain why.

Things have gotten a little rocky lately but nothing I figured
for a break up. It was issues of jealousy but I'm dealing with it, not bringing up stuff like that anymore.

I heard the best way to get over a break-up is to go to a wedding. Why doesn't she want me to go? I'm sure you can't say why, but what does it usually mean? A hint?
Thanks, this is THE place for advice:)

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Weddings are weird things. There could be any number of reasons why you're not invited. Usually the biggest one is if they're trying to keep the number of guests down, and they have to hand-pick each and every one. This is the most common reason and doesn't reflect on you at all... it's just the way it goes. Also, the bride might want the bridesmaids and bridegrooms to match up, sitting together, whatever, for the showyness of it all. In that case, your girlfriend wouldn't want you to have to sit by yourself watching her eat with some stranger.

I wouldn't take the lack of invite to mean anything at all. The bride is the one who decides every aspect of the wedding, your girlfriend has no choice in the matter at all.

Good luck!


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