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colenaooga colenaooga 26-30 10 Answers Aug 11, 2010

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do u discuss this with him? maybe you guys shoould talk to a councelor. my spouse ran off with someone and doesnt have any interest in the kids and I. You need an unbiased perspective on the matter before its too late.

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Ask him what he enjoys most about his time with his friends. Apparently, either he never broke away from his dependency on his friends or there is a void in his life that is filled by his friend time.<br />
If he never broke away from his friends, you may have a significant challenge ahead for you, as it is so much a part of him that he doesn't even see how it can be a problem. If this is the case, ask him what brings him enjoyment and what he looks forward to sharing with you and your daughter. Once you know what he appreciates, come up with creative activities that relate to the things he enjoys.<br />
If there is a void that is filled by his friends, discover what that void is and then find alternative ways to fill the void.<br />
Make sure that you address this in a way that you let him know that you are curious and want to learn more about him. Never put him on the defensive or rationalize or deny claims he makes about you. If he feels that you have an agenda and aren't open to hearing what he has to say, he'll stop sharing.

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go out and do fun things with you and baby girl,spend his money and buy things for youeselves.find private time and rape his ***,if not.....find a new ol man

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Guys are clueless. You are only there when he wants something, right? welcome to marriage.

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Does he feel he needs to escape from you to have a good time? Be more of a friend to him yourself, he obviously doesn't feel that you are much fun. Are you a drag, do you bring the whole place down by being a stick in the mud when your with his friends? Do you impede his ability to be himself because you are critical of him and trying to change him? <br />
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It could all just be a phase he is going through too, if you are fun for him, then maybe when he gets bored with his friends he will phase over to you. Maybe he is just a selfish *****. As far as letting him know your lonely, tell him, "I am lonely, why don't you enjoy spending more time with me?" Of course he will be afraid to be honest with you about that because of how you might react, but at least he will know that you feel neglected.

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Try talking to him.

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