Why do women feel invisible to their men?
Most women fail to look at themselves their the lack of confidence gets them down when they reach over fifty their husbands don't notice them has this happened to you and do you feel unnoticed by your man?
Yes this true, though I am not a woman. The fact is a biological makeup. Man wants partner for sex and women lose interest in sex after a long marriage. So man still loves his wife but a younger girl will revitalize him. This is stated in ancient Hindu scripture of tantra as well.
When a woman turns fifty she has a reality check of her life. She also sees that her body is changing. I think men are just oblivious to what the woman is feeling because she doesn't tell her husband or spouse. The thought of getting older makes us all wonder if we have accomplished what we set out for in life. It also is a milestone to turn 50 and with age comes physical changes that woman are very aware of and dread. That's just my opinion.
As a man I don't necessarily believe men don't notice wives over the age of 50. We'd have to define what it is you mean by "notice".
Is it playfully flirting, complementing, being romantic, or sexually pursuing them?
Ironically a lot of women during their youth discourage their men from pursuing them sexually. In other instances some older women have a low libido after going through menopause and lastly some women physically change dramatically over the years. Insecurity may arise when she notices her husband sneaking a peek at younger women or those whom she feels are more attractive than herself.
There is an old saying: "Familiarity breeds contempt" While I do not necessarily believe this to be the case it is still very commonplace for couples in long-term relationships to get "comfortable" or take one another more for granted. They stop trying to "surprise" each other. A lot of women don't make the effort to initiate sex with their husbands. Anytime one feels like (they're) always the one making the effort eventually they will stop.
Men want to feel (desired) by women. I suspect this is one of the reasons why a lot of them frequent strip clubs, watch porn, or hire escorts. In each of those scenarios the women (behave) as though they can't get enough of men and are willing to do anything to please them. This the opposite of how most wives treat their husbands.
"Monogamy becomes boring when couples become lazy."
Many couples seek out ways to rekindle passion in their marriage. The problem is they should have never allowed it to die. Some people believe the less sex there is in a relationship the deeper the love is. However once sex has been discouraged or reduced dramatically in a relationship it becomes "platonic" the equivalent of siblings or roommates with the same last name. The excitement dies.
"It's easier to maintain a fire than it is to reignite a spark!"
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