In my poll, people overwhelming thought those behaviors were just as much of a betrayal as infidelity Still, tell people that you sexual needs aren’t being met, and you’ll no likely hear about how you only “need” sex X times a week or month to be “normal,” or that you should focus on the other great qualities your hubby or wife has.
They benefit from partners talking, sharing interests and working together to address difficulties as they arise.
A healthy relationship is therefore not about having no difficulties; it is about having the skills, time and energy to work things out and grow together.
Two wrongs don’t make a right, but the hole created lends to such other problems as blocks in communciation, unconscious distancing, wandering eye syndrome and the desire for the intimate touch even if it’s from another person/lover.
It’s a terrible place in an otherwise very happy marriage. She has asked me to be patient with her, but its two years now.
This is not the relationship that I was “promised” when I bought the idea that we would be lifelong partners. I get where I am very angry with him and don’t want to even be near him. tweet I live in a sexless marriage where my husband thinks it’s ok to brush over this because he loves me and we’re otherwise happy. I don’t want to leave him because I love my kids, I have nowhere to go, I gave up my career for his etc.