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We're drifting apart and my husband says he's burned out! But I don't want a divorce...any advice?

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Question - (24 May 2007) 2 Answers - (Newest, 24 May 2007)
A female age 41-50, anonymous writes:

Hi, I am wondering if my marriage is going to survive. My husband and I have been drifting apart for sometime now. Now, he say he is burn out on the marriage and thinks we should both go and find our own happiness. Divorce has come up to, but that isn't what I want..what do I do?

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A female reader, Manya United States +, writes (24 May 2007):

First, how long have you been married, and how long have you both realized that you're drifting apart? Divorce is an extremely serious decision, and you

shouldn't give up unless you both think very deeply about this. Him, too!! Have you

thought about seeing a marriage counselor together?

Perhaps you each need space for some personal growth that could lead to a

renewal of your passion. You could try living apart, or something. Think back to when you first

got married. What was love like then?

Best of luck!

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A male reader, DV1 United States +, writes (24 May 2007):

DV1 agony auntA relationship can't be one-sided. If he's not getting satisfied in the marraige, it's best if you walk away.


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