In a rut…

posted 3 years ago in Relationships
Post # 3
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2052 posts
Buzzing bee

@helpbee123:  I have a question and two suggestions-

1)  Why wait until the end of the year?  Is it because this is when his classes is over?

And suggestions-

You say that you’ve moved into a wonderful new house.  Are there any home projects that you can focus on for a while?  Maybe that would help.  Also, how about some after work classes for you as well?  Maybe if you had something to do as well after work it would not feel like you in the wonderful new house all the time.

I’m going to assume that he has long days but maybe there is some time on the weekends?  This is where I’m going to suggest that you take matters into your own hands.  He used to be super romantic and now he’s too busy to be romantic.  Maybe you can be romantic!  If he’s busy, maybe you can make his favorite meal and he can sacrifice at least 30 mins-1 hour to eat with you and get frisky.  It’s simple, but could this help?

Post # 4
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

@helpbee123:  I would give him the heads up about how you’re feeling even if he can’t make any big changes right now due to his schedule. You can express it in a non-accusatory way. Resentment is a relationship killer! Don’t let it stew for another 2+ months.

Post # 5
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9412 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper

@sept22insf:  +1. I can’t emphasis how important communication is. Don’t leave it until it is too late. 

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