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This Bride With Panic Disorder Performed The Most Untraditional Song At Her Wedding And It’s Legendary

However, the moments leading up to her big day weren’t all rainbows and butterflies — 29-year-old Jen has suffered from panic disorder and anxiety since she was in college. She told BuzzFeed, “It has prevented me from being in crowds, large social settings, and even from being a bridesmaid at my best friend’s wedding. After…

This Bride With Panic Disorder Performed The Most Untraditional Song At Her Wedding And It’s Legendary

However, the moments leading up to her big day weren’t all rainbows and butterflies — 29-year-old Jen has suffered from panic disorder and anxiety since she was in college. She told BuzzFeed, “It has prevented me from being in crowds, large social settings, and even from being a bridesmaid at my best friend’s wedding. After I got engaged, I immediately began to worry that I wouldn’t be able to get married.”


Jen Gordon

On Jen’s wedding day, right before the ceremony started, she listened to “Bodak Yellow.” “I took a deep breath, like I had practiced the whole year before, and walked down the aisle. With Cardi B’s confidence still running through my veins, I nailed the ceremony and was able to marry the man I love without a worry in the world. After accomplishing a feat a year in the making, the world was my oyster and, come hell or high water, ‘Bodak Yellow’ was going to be a part of this special day, especially because it had gotten me there,” she said.


Jen Gordon

Jen said her mom was very hesitant about her performing the song. “My mom thought I was adding too much stress on myself during an already monumental day. But, as I was performing on stage, I made eye contact with her and she was beaming with pride. She was witnessing her daughter face and overcome a year-long battle with anxiety. To everyone else, it looked like I was just performing Cardi B, but I was conquering my disorder and making up for all the years it prevented me from doing things I wanted to do,” she said.

Jen’s TikTok videos of her performance quickly went viral, gaining nearly 5 million views. “To be honest, I was scared of all the attention it was getting! All of the feedback has been really positive, but my favorite comments are from fellow panic sufferers, even future brides going through the same thing, who say this video gave them hope,” Jen explained.


Jen Gordon

Jen is pictured above with her husband, Bryan Ward.

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