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Me vs. Mother
Eviltwin
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Argue this Case Eviltwin: My mother has always been controlling. Now she's taking over my wedding.

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May 23, 2017 13:38
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Am I
Glitterystargaze
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Argue this Case Glitterystargaze: I feel my husband is no longer interested in me and want to know what is going on but get no cooperation.

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September 10, 2011 23:56
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Hmnic
    Hmnic: I am not so sure about my husband being friends with a woman he used to date. She is needy and has no friends.

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June 01, 2017 00:47
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Theempress55445
    Theempress55445: Whatever my husband does to me or the kids, I'm doing it right back to him.

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June 02, 2017 11:25
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Dingleberry
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Murphy Murphy: You have every right to be upset.

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June 09, 2017 09:38
AM I OVERREACTING?
Glitterystargaze`s Argument
Glitterystargaze

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My husband and I dated for a year before we became pregnant with our son. During that first year we both equally initiated intimacy and I never had to "ask" for any affection. As soon as I told him we were expecting, he stopped initiating things and began distancing himself from me. After the baby was born his behavior did not change and it has progressed to much worse 5 years later. I have caught him looking at inappropriate photos of another woman we know and he apologized and said he only did it a few times. It would be much easier to forgive him if he actually seemed interested in me but he denies anything being wrong and when I brought up going to therapy or seeing a doctor he said he won't because of lack of insurance. (this is true) But, he still claims he loves me and has not lost interest. Am I right by being upset or am I overreacting and what should I do? I just want the truth!


Eviltwin`s Argument
Eviltwin
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Are you making an effort to connect with him in a way he feels comfortable? Do you show him respect as the head of the family and the household?

Guys don't like it when women nag, and I've seen marriages fall apart because the husband isn't mature enough to have a heart to heart conversation with his wife. This doesn't mean you're right though. Continuous prodding and questioning won't make things better. Treat him with a quiet respect, tell him how you feel and leave it at that. Don't yell, don't show your anger, but be the more mature person. It seems that he doesn't know how to transition from being a husband to being a family man.

That being said, maybe renew your vows? Surprise him in bed? Good luck

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67% of People thought Glitterystargaze was Wrong (3 total votes)
Category Relationship
Case was closed on November 28, 2016 19:20
Tags: lack of love
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