I would try and work through it with them before giving up on things
Ahh, the importance of finding someone to be a best friend. Someone you enjoy playing, working, laughing, singing and dancing with.<br />
Passion is like many other things. It comes and goes. <br />
Some of the longest lasting couples I have known during life were not the most passionate. But they cared about each other, they had fun being with each other. <br />
They appreciated and cherished the passionate moments they found when they appeared.
I would stay. I have gone through that feeling before, and it's natural. But that's when, instead of throwing away the relationship, you stay and fix it.
I have heard that in a long term relationship, it is not about falling in love once, but multiple times over the course of the relationship. Relationships take a lot of work..I think that if you don't try to stay together and work it out, you might have regrets later.
Absolutely. Why make divorce an option if you both want to work on it?
I guess it would depend on what they're "working through" and what their remaining feelings are.
No, if:<br />
1. It was a cheating issue<br />
2. It was a 'I'm gay' issue<br />
3. It was a we haven't been together a whole lot issue<br />
Otherwise, yeah, probably!
Thanks! : )
I always try to work through things, no matter what.....marriage is important to me
no why delay what will eventualy happen. ive been through this before
I did stay. It was a horrible mistake. We should have divorced years before we did.
Well it's pretty hurtful, but he's honest enough to tell you. So yes I would
No, people change, situations change, life is about change not about being stagnate. Every thing in our lives goes thru a change, it's healthy and natural
I would go to counseling and see if we could figure it out