Husband trying to fall back in love with me?
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Husband trying to fall back in love with me?

The other day I was talking to my husband and he was looking at me with this weird smile on his face. So I asked him what’s the goofy smile for and he said he was just trying to fall back in love with me? WTF? I didn’t know he had fallen out of love with me. Well, honestly I knew but he would always insist I was wrong whenever I told him that I didn’t feel like he loved me anymore. I guess I was suppsoed to feel good about what he said about trying to fall back in lvoe with me. He seemed to think it was something good. But I’m insulted. Not hurt. Just insulted. I mean if he’s not in love with me anymore that’s perfectly fine with me. I’d prefer that he went about his business than insult me by actively “trying” to make himself fall back in love with me while I’m in the middle of talking to him. It was so effing weird. I don’t even remember what I was talking to him about but he was standing there looking all amused and enthralled when he really wasn’t amused and enthralled at all. He was just trying to make himself fall back in love with me. LOL. RME.

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2 comments

  1. Nobody's Fool

    Hey…. I think the problem might be he didn’t word that right… I’ve been married for 33 years and have always loved my wife. The sad thing about long term relationships is that you become Too familiar with your spouse and although you do love them deeply and in a heartfelt way you become casual casualties. You see life gets ahold of the people you were and wrings out the closeness and companionship you once shared regularly. The essence of what brought you together gets diluted in the day to day doldrums of life. My wife and I tolerated each other for many years… Closeness, fun, sex, and just plain enjoying each other’s company was put on the back burner. We had kids, careers, extended family, business interests, volunteer commitments,and a host of minutae that consumed our together time.. I got involved in some community issues that required my family’s support…It was taxing, caused us to argue and fuss…We lost friends and family over our efforts…My wife became somewhat distant..I wasn’t feeling the same about us …I wanted to get out,leave,live on my own…I was done spinning my wheels with someone who I didn’t know anymore. Then in a moment of silent reflection I thought about our life and the joys and struggles we had been through. I realized she did things for me no other would have. She was on my side all the way and quite frankly I was an asshole for not seeing it. I sought individual counseling and talked about what I had realized… I loved her so very much. I needed to fight for the love that seemingly faded and bring my heart back to the true love of my life… Ms. Your husband loves you but might be having some of the issues that plagued me and I’d coming to the realization that you are his love and wants to resurrect the feeling from back when. Walk hand in hand ….The road is better traveled together… God bless you both

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  2. Nobody's Fool

    Hey…. I think the problem might be he didn’t word that right… I’ve been married for 33 years and have always loved my wife. The sad thing about long term relationships is that you become Too familiar with your spouse and although you do love them deeply and in a heartfelt way you become casual casualties. You see life gets ahold of the people you were and wrings out the closeness and companionship you once shared regularly. The essence of what brought you together gets diluted in the day to day doldrums of life. My wife and I tolerated each other for many years… Closeness, fun, sex, and just plain enjoying each other’s company was put on the back burner. We had kids, careers, extended family, business interests, volunteer commitments,and a host of minutae that consumed our together time.. I got involved in some community issues that required my family’s support…It was taxing, caused us to argue and fuss…We lost friends and family over our efforts…My wife became somewhat distant..I wasn’t feeling the same about us …I wanted to get out,leave,live on my own…I was done spinning my wheels with someone who I didn’t know anymore. Then in a moment of silent reflection I thought about our life and the joys and struggles we had been through. I realized she did things for me no other would have. She was on my side all the way and quite frankly I was an asshole for not seeing it. I sought individual counseling and talked about what I had realized… I loved her so very much. I needed to fight for the love that seemingly faded and bring my heart back to the true love of my life… Ms. Your husband loves you but might be having some of the issues that plagued me and I’d coming to the realization that you are his love and wants to resurrect the feeling from back when. Walk hand in hand ….The road is better traveled together… God bless you both

    Reply

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