- 1 week ago
Perhaps you are “too immature for a relationship”, but that doesn’t really matter now because you’ve already made vows and a commitment to your husband. You owe it to him to work this out with HIM. Stop contacting your friend, and cut off contact with anyone else you feel stronger emotional connections with. Go to counselling ASAP and fix your emotional issues with your husband instead of looking for fillers elsewhere. He sounds like a perfectly wonderful dude, if you’re not happy with him, frankly you’re probably not going to be happy with anyone else once the butterflies fly away. Every couple reaches lulls here and there, if marriage means anything to you, you need to stick with it and show loyalty to your husband. You’re young, you made a rookie mistake by avoiding your issues and looking for the fix from someone else; surely your husband is extremely patient to be able to put up with your emotional cheating so well. He’s worth falling back in love with, don’t rob yourselves of that by entertaining the idea of other people. You two can grow from this and prove to the world your love and maturity if you work this out. Ditching this marriage with the excuse of “I was too immature when I got married to know what I was doing” in order to pursue another immature idea, isn’t going to make you any happier or better off.