Think of something you can tolerate but don't want to do all that much. He is content with a very low level of intimacy in the marriage. They can make an emotional investment, up to a certain point. Turn the page, and let's get to work. At least they are to men. He wasn't but my husband often thinks that about me too.
This situation is not healthy for our son either. I am married, 39 and female. People at work have commented at how great I look and ask how I did it. You need him to give himself to you emotionally. But I still feel lonely. I only closed the door and it had nothing to do with him. He is over his friends house a lot.
Learn the art of healthy, transparent communication. People who like flowers do floral or nursery work for instance. At best, your marriage is okay. In addition to the emotional anguish loneliness creates, it also has devastating effects on our mental and physical health. So I am thinking a separation may soon be in the works.
It is not the actual gift or the words you use that matter. I am a 57 yo male in a 20 yo romanceless marriage. Most people believe that marriage is the cure for loneliness, but I want to warn you: You began battling the dreaded foe of isolation as soon as you drove off on your honeymoon. I do care about him and don't want to hurt him. Than office diners party 4 times in month. You think their response is going to be positive? He may not be able to give you what you need, but you need to be clear on what you want. Learn how to give yourself what you need I grew up in foster homes, and was neglected by my mom.
M not getting what was going on with me. My husband and I are almost empty nesters now, he works out of town sometimes which make my home big, quiet and lonely. He knows this and continues to try and hope I will be in love. When they get to that point, no one can be more defiant that the passive aggressive. To you, it feels like a rejection of you and your needs.
The problem is, he does not meet some of your most important, God-given needs. The members there are older and give lots of support. What do you expect to gain by saying that? Their superior attitude of logic and calm allows them an excuse for shutting you down and refusing to engage with you. He thinks you have a great marriage. I am here seeking friends male or female.
This will seemingly never work, its not a priority and what little she is giving is probably just to keep him quiet. Like the Great Sphinx of Egypt, his face and body are carved out of stone. I finally gave up ever having sex again about a year ago after he told me he didn't want to have sex with me or be around me and I should look in the mirror if I wanted to know why. You could leave that cocooned nest of a home where all your lonely misery takes place and make a new friend. You've tried to get him to read marriage books, but most men don't read. You married a good man. You've been nice and loving.
He might be a pretty expressive guy with a great sense of humor. Of course, he's not always listening that closely. We quit putting feeling on the back burner to take care of just the business of life and raising kids. Am I gross to think of getting naked and naughty with? He is a great provider but not a husband. Loneliness depresses our immune system functioning, increasers inflammatory responses that put us at greater risk for cardiovascular disease, and can literally shorten our longevity. He doesn't meet your deepest and most important need as a wife: To be emotionally connected to him.