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Don’t get me wrong, intimate moments were always adequate…even pretty damn good at times. Almost fourteen years later, I remain married and faithful, but with an empty space in my heart.And wondering if I aspired to mediocrity and lost out on the amazing feeling most of us have felt at some time, of true selfless love. And that is what has happened to EACH AND EVERY married friend I have, (male and female) that married simply because of the reasons you mention…
You might be amazed that he wants to make love to you at a time when it is the last thing on your mind or spend hours out in the shed, keeping as busy as possible.
Men generally process and respond to their grief very privately and actively, they like to keep busy.
many have strayed, the others are simply living there…yet nobody’s home. Listen, I’m a 37-year-old dating coach who’s been married for less than a year.
Everyone I know that married because the partner seemed a great choice, would be a great dad, etc. The FEW couples I know who are happily married – still love to hold hands AND ‘make-out’ – THEY married someone they felt intense chemistry for & vice versa…and of EVERY one of the divorced friends, several who are dating but have not found love, only ONE tells me she made the wrong choice leaving. As such, I’m not going to sweep Lori’s points under the rug or deny her 13 years of pain.
How does our family feel about adding new traditions that our loved one did not get to experience?
Are there things that are too painful to discuss at family holidays? While family members and friends may be grieving the loss of one specific individual, it is important to remember that each person’s grief journey is a unique and changing thing.Our guest author today helps us to see these differences not as faults or flaws, but as nuances of grief that need to be recognized and considered as we each move towards healing.Rather than getting angry about our differences, we can learn to accept them as a part of the grieving process.Whether Lori knows them or not, there are plenty of happy couples who did not have instant magic and chemistry. It’s dangerous to extrapolate from five divorced friends who regretted their choice of husbands and conclude “this is how the world works”.Next, Lori’s making the assumption that every woman who didn’t have that ga-ga, giddy, wobbly-kneed feeling about her husband feels as empty as she does in her relationship. People who are generally satisfied in life are satisfied in marriage.I was never totally madly in love with him, but he knew he wanted to marry me the minute he met me.