I'm losing feeling for my husband and I think it's all my fault
I don't believe that fault should be placed on any individual when affection is slipping away in a relationship. Your statement is very vague. As someone from the outside looking at your statement. I have many questions. Allow me to alineate some of them: (1) Are you attracted to someone else? (2) do you compare him to other men in which you come in contact? (3) Do you desire more action in bed, but he can't provide it. (4) Is he losing the good looks that you fell in love with? (5) Is he a workaholic and doesn't seem to have time for you? (6) Has your work become more important to you, than he is to you?
My suggestion would be to seek Mediation. There may be things he, or, both of you need to do in order to get the spark back in your lives.
Perhaps you might be loosing feeling for your husband because of your interest in some other man or you have decided something else in your life which you don't want to share with your husband. A wife loses interest in her husband only when there is a third person in her life. You have realised your mistake and repenting now. Its a good sign for repairing the loss. Please go ahead.
This is a hard one to comment on in one or two sentences. But, let me give you my honest opinion, short and sweet.
Many men and women go through what you are going through right now at some point in their relationship. It's normal.
The question is: Are you happy? Do you feel fulfilled? If you're not (and it sounds like you're not) you should discuss it with your husband. Chances are he is not happy either.
Try to find ways to get the spark back in your relationship. If it does not work then at least you know that you have tried and can stop blaming yourself.
Well, you're probably right, we all are responsible for our own feelings, no one else is.
Congratulations on this moment of enlightenment.
First of all, how old are you? Are you of age for menopause? Hormonal changes can make you feel different about your relationships.
Perhaps you have gotten yourself into a loveless marriage that only good communication and maybe counseling can rectify. Don't ever blame yourself. Marriage is a two way street.
It takes two to make and keep a relationship going. If you are losing feelings for your husband you need to figure out why, and if he is hiding feelings from you, and if you two can talk about it. You don't know if you don't feel out the situation. If that is a fancy way of saying I am cheating on my husband and I want out of the relationship you need to break it softly, slowly, and easily. You want this man to whom you were married to be able to walk away from the relationship if it is over, not break his back and make him a cripple. Be strong enough to be compassionate and make sure in a nice way that he will understand. Maybe he feels the same way. If you know he doesn't then you are the person who has to break it softly.
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