(Closed) Married to my best friend, it's not enough?

posted 3 years ago in Intimacy
Post # 31
2564 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: October 2016

 Please disregard all the “shouldn’t” responses where people tell you what you should & shouldn’t need in terms of socialalization. Staying home with my babies was hard & lonely. I did not enjoy it. And that’s ok. 

That being said, your baby really shouldn’t be in the carrier all day.

Post # 33
1087 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2017

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sjk35 :  How did everything work out OP?

Post # 35
1535 posts
Bumble bee

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sjk35 :  best of luck to you. I identified with your situation so much and I’m glad you reached a decision. my greatest fear us nit.finding a solution and being in a limbo of not knowing for a long time. I understand the guilt but you have to believe that’s it’s the best for him aswell in the long run.

Post # 36
329 posts
Helper bee

What made me stop was when you said “I am not in love with this wonderful man, but I wish I was.” I’m so sorry you feel that way. That is a hard place to be. Would your life have more value in it if you left? Do you think both of you will be happier? I’m hoping you can answer those questions based on the fact that the answer would make you happy. It sounds like if you two separated then you two would still be friends. Whatever you decide I’m sure it will be the right answer, bee. Hang in there.

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