Recently, my husband finally got moved to first shift.I was very excited at first, thinking this would spell the end of the doldrums our marriage has become.Kissing my cheek at the end of the evening, he said warmly: “We will do this again.” I wafted home fuelled by several glasses of red wine (think blowsy, mid-period Liz Taylor) and began making a frenzied to-do list: book Pilates classes, clean flat, learn to blow-dry hair properly (cf tutorials on You Tube).
Run by The Dating Lab who have years of experience in online dating, our unique and intelligent two-way matching feature ensures our match-making isnt just skin deep.Kids (love 'em to death, but) get in the way of this. It's funny how some men think that the sum total of their involvement in a marriage or relationship is, "Well, I'm here, aren't I?I understand your frustration from the other side of the coin. I mean he really hasn't done anything to warrant that. I guess the advice I'd give you is to give your husband more of a road map of what he needs to do to reconnect. Of course then the problem becomes that when the husband starts to actually DO all of these things it doesn't work for the woman because "You're only doing it because I told you to do it so it doesn't feel special."..... Sometimes it feels as though there can be no victory). " You have children, so I'd advise counseling before you do anything that you might regret later. I know you're worn out, but it has been my experience that women are the architects of relationships.The last time he tried to have sex with me, I felt sick. He shared with me that we just need to have sex more frequently, so that we can get back to where we were when we first met. First of all, the foundation for intimacy does not exist; intimacy cannot be achieved if two people never spend any time alone together and never laugh, have fun, go anywhere, see anybody or do anything.I haven't had an orgasm with him in at least four months.