Come to the South End to visit tonight. I've been married for 15 years and have a child. My marriage hasn't been good, and now it's ending. My husband has been controlling since we got married. We've never spent much time together; it was just whenever he was drunk that he would force me to sleep with him. My life was hell with him.
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My husband and I have been together for 15 years and have three young children. He is a good father, a good provider and a decent human being. But I can't shake off the feeling that I don't want to be with him any more. I do love him and we get along well, but for the past few years I've been trying to pluck up the courage to tell him the way I feel. I haven't quite been able to, because I don't want to hurt him. I keep telling myself to get a grip because we have three children and I don't want to upset them either.
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When your Husband's Friend Makes an Advance at You Category: Commitment and monogamy by kalyani10 When two people get married, it not only involves a merging of two individuals but also that of two social and family circles. Unfortunately this interaction is not always smooth. You may begin to replay mentally all your previous interactions and obsess over whether you inadvertently sent the signal that you were looking for some extra attention. If you know in your heart that you have never done anything of this sort, stop blaming yourself. Shake yourself out of the victim mode as quickly as possible — if anyone is to blame it is the guy who has made an advance and not you.
Friedrich Nietzsche once famously said, "It is not a lack of love , but a lack of friendship that makes unhappy marriages. What this does mean is that your romantic bond contains many of the wonderful traits that everlasting friendships do. The two of you share common interests but also know how to discuss and get past your differences. Just like the greatest friendships, your relationship is full of trust, respect, honest communication, loyalty, adventure and unconditional love.