I know I can be a good husband and have all the motivation and ability to make it happen. No wonder so many on here post so much pointless narcissistic relationship drama. When he asks for you both to hang out, tell him no. I don't enjoy being intimate with him, its more like just another thing I need to do around the house. So I know this time will pass too. Fake dreams will be waiting for you.
He is never harsh or quick to anger with me, always supportive of things that I want to do or think about, whether I ever follow through or finish them or not. He showered me with presents and beautiful love messages etc. If its someone on his side then hes not the guy for you. Give yourself a break and admit. But his actions show differently. Yeah, girls are sometimes stupid. Life looks a lot brighter already.
I remember rubbing and tickling his back for hours during our first few years together. Accidents happen, so I can imagine one kid. My girlfriend and I have two kids together. I just got another text this morning, he is very sorry, I don't deserve to be treated like that, he hopes I can forgive him and he would love to be involved with the baby including the birth. It needs time, you will think less about them every single day until a day comes when you'll realise you haven't thought about that person for a day or more already. For the last 2 years I feel that I do not love my husband anymore but I also realise that I am not happy with my life as a whole either.
If this is the choice that you feel is the right one for you, and you are well aware of what you feel, then I think that you need to make a stand and do what feels right. His brain does remember things, even if you think you need to constantly remind him of your feelings for him. We started dating and got engaged within 7 months. As the years have gone by, he has become more and more controlling, taking over our finances and taking us to the brink of financial ruin more than once. I grew up thinking this lifestyle was the right one.
Did you use to talk every day about your jobs, friends, hobbies, etc? Im not sure what to do, as theres the finanial side to. That seems unfair, and it does not honor the relationship you have shared these many years. We have 2 children together but he is rearly here to take part in any day-to-day parenting apart from putting them to bed. Heard it all before so will prepare myself with short answers such as, you are here to sort finances andv pick up your things. I work full time and spend time volunteering. I'll tell you what made it easier to leave: for me, I started to imagine my ideal life.
Take the wheel and be in control. I have discovered over the years that marriage is a whole lot more work than what I initially imagined that it would be. I dont feel anything when he touch me. I never felt important to her. Find a man who is kind, honest and respects women…. I wish you the best, good luck! So why not work within the bounds of the commitment you made with your husband? No point in arguing all the time.
It would be insanity to think that doing the same thing over and over would give a different result. It seemed that there was no reason for me to want out. I have lost attraction for my husband and feel like I married the wrong man. His days are spent at home, cleaning and cooking for kids, occasionally walking the dog, watching YouTube videos and playing on the xbox. But I say go a step further, and just end the relationship. I need advice as to a way forward.
Despite he got the truth that i catfished him he didnt want me to leave. I think he is completely over me but I miss him and I want to see him. Everytime he relapses all he has to say for himself is sorry. Well im a guy, im trying to get mygirl back over a huge arguement. I have been infatuated or in love with a married man for 28years.
Is that how you want to find the love of your life? It can sneak up on just as quietly as falling in love did in the beginning. If intimacy happens at all, you try to make it as quick as possible. He will only come back when you forget about him. I know it hurts but move on with your life, do it for your baby. For him, that feeling has moved on to another person. We have two children together. Every person is different, and everyone has different needs when it comes to intimacy in a relationship.