I am in a bad spot.. I have been married fro a little over ten years. I have two beautiful...
children. I for the least four years or so have been so busy surviving the daily grind to support them that I have not been there emotionallly for my wife. She has always been there for me. In the last two months she has fallen for an ex from high school on the internet. It is important that I say I have always loved her,but I didn't show her that I did. Anyway, she has been talking to this guy for a month or so. she is planning on flying to see him in the next week or so. I feel like it would be wrong of me to deny her this.But I am worried. She says she is not in love with me any more but th
If you still love her, you will have to win her affections back. Court your wife like you did before you were married. Open the door for her (car door too), bring her flowers, compliment her, surprise her with little gifts like a hand-picked bunch of flowers, tell her how much you love her, cook dinner for her occasionally. I'm sure you get the idea.
This ex she has fallen for is complimenting her, telling her how much he loves her, etc. So far, he's winning.
Most importantly, sit down with her and express how sorry you are that you have ignored her and not given her the attention she deserves. Make a vow that all that will change starting right then. Do this on a night when the children are at the grandparents, then take her to a lovely romantic dinner, buy her flowers, then finish the evening by spending the time cuddling on the couch.
the money that you was earning just was not enough to keep her. she knew you had to work hard and long to get what she wanted to have and in that she should have known you be away. and not see don't love you any more. sorry but you been play the sooner you know it the better you be. she has kids by you and now child support to carry her and a new man. please don,t feel bad or get angry , for MILLION OF MEN GO THUR THIS EVERY YEAR. learn how woman think and move on. you be fine for you show that by working you tail off for your family so that they can have.
try to meet her as soon as possible told her that all the hard work you had been doing is for her and 4 the kids explain her I hope she will understand ... Good luck
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