Have you ever felt unhappy in your marriage and try to gulp down those feelings? Maybe you try to convince yourself that you are truly happy? What if your significant other says that he/she loves you but doesn't necessarily demonstrate it?
Hard to analyze a relationship but it's been said that happiness is the result of external stimulus and joy comes from within. Make your own joy and maybe it will be contagious. Maybe your significant other will be ignited by your joy.
That's just it...I am joyful...and I always thought that that would rub off...but it doesn't seem to.
How do you feel your significant other is not demonstrating love for you? I guess what I mean is, what do you expect them to do in order to show love?
I think that after telling them that you are not being love the way you want to be, and still they don't show it, then it is time to take a look during your courting days, if he is the same, maybe he loves you in his own ways...
by Dawn Michael17 months ago
Is chatting to the opposite on the computer cheating or just being friendly/ where does the line get crossed?
by Mrs.Nita14 months ago
Ok, so I'm not the type to put my business on the internet, but I have a problem and I just need feed back. I don't care just lay it on me. One,since we've been married, my husband has only wore his ring for...
by Rabgix4 years ago
But every now and then I feel straight, or at least fool myself into believing it.Why can't I just accept this
by agentmango5 years ago
I have trouble quitting smoking. I am smoking for 6 months now. And before its too late I want to stop it. But I know its hard. Non smokers please understand. Thanks!
by stylezink4 years ago
Everyone in a long term relationship runs into petty arguments from time to time. Most recently one happened in mine, that puzzles me right now. I have no clue what the hell the big deal was. So please read on and tell...
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