It doesn't get better with time without a counselor. Please don't take medication for this, I nearly went on anti-depressants with a previous boyfriend and shutter everytime I think of it, because if I had possibly masked how unhappy I was, would I still be with that jerk?
I would honestly LOVE every 10 days. Of course, I would like more often, but I'm married now and can't even count on birthdays, our anniversary or valentine's day anymore. That's right, we're on one hand in counting for the YEAR. Like you, I'm tired of asking, I feel like I'm forcing him to do something he doesn't want to do. Counseling didn't help us. I guess I've given up, just kind of waiting things out. If anything, after reading this thread I'd guess that the guy is the abnormal one. My guy included/especially. Hope it gets better.View Thread
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