How to Cope with Honeymoon Mishaps

Going on your honeymoon with your partner is a marriage rite of passage. You and your partner may have a romantic beach getaway planned or a sightseeing trip overseas. But you may be worried about what to do if something goes wrong or things do not go as you or your partner planned. You can cope with honeymoon mishaps by acknowledging the mishap with your partner and working together to move forward. You can also focus on the positive moments you can still share with your partner on your honeymoon and come up with fun things to do together despite any mishaps.

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How to Cope with Honeymoon Mishaps

Talk with your partner about the mishap. Maybe the most effective way to cope with a mishap during your honeymoon is to sit down with your partner and discuss it together. Share your feelings about the mishap with your partner and listen to what they have to say about the issue. Sometimes, simply talking about the mishap can help you both move on and laugh about the mishap together.

  • Though the mishap may be stressful for both of you, you can both also try to see it as a way to bond with each other in a time of stress. No union is ever perfect after all, and having a bumpy honeymoon will only help you both create lasting memories together.
  • For example, maybe your five star resort on a tropical island suddenly gets hit by bad weather. You may say to your partner, “I can’t believe this is happening, and on our honeymoon!” Your partner may also agree with you and as you discuss the issue, you may both be able to laugh at the situation together.

How to Cope with Honeymoon Mishaps

Call friends or family members to vent. You can also turn to family and friends back home for support. Take some time to yourself to call a close friend or a family member and vent. Let out all your anxiety about the mishap when you talk a friend or family member so you can then be more collected and calm around your partner.

  • When you call a friend or family member, you may also ask them for advice on how to best handle the situation. It may be helpful to ask a family member, such as your mother or father, if they experienced issues during their honeymoon. You may then be able to relate to their experience and feel better about your situation.

How to Cope with Honeymoon Mishaps

Make an agreement with your partner to move forward and stay positive. Once you address the issue with your partner, you should both agree to move forward with your honeymoon and try to have a good time despite the mishap. Remind each other to stay positive and try to embrace any challenges as a couple and as a team. Work together to make your honeymoon great, even with mishaps.

  • For example, you may tell your partner, “Let’s agree to try to still enjoy ourselves and stay positive. We can’t let one set up or mishap ruin our honeymoon.”

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How to Cope with Honeymoon Mishaps

Come up with a fun alternative to your plans. You and your partner can cope with a honeymoon mishap by planning a fun alternative to your old plans. If you cannot go on the beach due to bad weather, for example, you may order room service and play board games or watch movies and drink wine in your room. Come up with fun alternative plans with your partner so you can still enjoy yourselves.

  • You and your partner may sit down and make a list of alternative activities you can do together for fun on your honeymoon. Get creative and brainstorm fun ideas so you can still spend quality time together.

How to Cope with Honeymoon Mishaps

Ask others for suggestions or advice on what to do instead. If you are staying at a hotel or a resort, you may ask a representative at the front desk for advice on what you can do as a guest if you are limited to staying in the hotel. Or if you are staying at a B&B, you may call down to reception and ask them if there are any indoor activities you and your partner can do. Reach out to others and see if there are other activities you can still do on your honeymoon despite a mishap.

  • For example, you may discover there is an indoor bar with a lounge singer in the hotel that you can go to with your partner rather than venture outside in bad weather. Or maybe there is a games room in the resort that you and your partner can spend time in while you wait for a storm to blow over.

How to Cope with Honeymoon Mishaps

Make your time together meaningful and special. Whatever you and your partner decide to do as you try to stay positive, you should both strive to have a time together that is meaningful and special. Be present and aware of your partner’s needs, especially if the mishap is stressing them out. Suggest fun things you can do as a couple instead and try to find activities that are specific to you as a couple.

  • For example, if you and your partner love Mexican food but are unable to go out to a Mexican restaurant in the area where you had reservations due to a mishap, you may get the restaurant to deliver your meal or have the hotel chef make the meal in the hotel for you both.

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How to Cope with Honeymoon Mishaps

Limit your alcohol intake. One way to reduce feelings of stress and anxiety on your honeymoon is to try to limit how much alcohol you drink on the trip. Drinking a little bit of alcohol can be celebratory and relaxing. But drinking copious amounts of alcohol can lead to high emotions and a killer hangover. You may end up feeling more anxious and on edge if you drink a lot of alcohol throughout the day on your honeymoon.

  • You may also consider having less caffeine when you are on your honeymoon, such as coffee, soda, or caffeinated tea. Caffeine can end up making you feel anxious and stressed, especially in high amounts.

How to Cope with Honeymoon Mishaps

Do some exercise. Exercising can help you release any anxiety and allow you to feel energized. You may try squeezing in a morning run when you are on your honeymoon or take an exercise class at your hotel or resort. You and your partner may try working out together on your honeymoon as part of your plans so you can both feel energized on your trip.

  • You may also pack light workout gear like a tension band in your luggage for the trip. This way, you can use the tension band in your hotel room as part of a morning exercise routine, leaving you feeling relaxed and calm for the rest of the day.

How to Cope with Honeymoon Mishaps

Schedule in some alone time. Though you and your partner should want to spend lots of quality time together, you should both also try to have alone time on your honeymoon. This may be as simple as taking time to read alone by the pool while your partner goes for a swim. Or you may end up taking a nap in the hotel room while your partner goes for a run. Try to give each other some space so you can also have alone time as part of the trip.

  • You may talk to your partner about the importance of having alone time before you embark on your honeymoon so you are both on the same page. Having time on your own is an important element of a healthy relationship and you and your partner should try to integrate it in your honeymoon.
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