Ever Calculated How Long It's Been?

 From and including: Saturday, January 20, 2007

To and including: Monday, February 9, 2009

It is 752 days from the start date to the end date, end date included

Or 2 years, 21 days including the end date

Alternative time units 752 days can be converted to one of these units:

  • 64,972,800 seconds
  • 1,082,880 minutes
  • 18,048 hours
  • 107 weeks (rounded down)

http://www.timeanddate.com/

I must admit, I only know the exact date of the last time because that was when our youngest was conceived.  Seems procreation is o.k.

 

lonelywife2 lonelywife2
36-40
8 Responses Feb 9, 2009

I often wonder how many of us stay married in loveless relationships because of our children, economics, or religion. I lost track of how long it's been a long time ago.

palm likes to come into this group and snipe at comments and ridicule those suffering from such a miserable plight. She seems to know it all, but her youth and arrogance rules out any credibility. You might even say she has "disdain" for this group.<br />
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She professes to be highly educated because she is from a large urban area...I beg to differ.

Methinks Palm thinks concrete is being open to do "anything". Well...let me tell Palm a thing or 2; I am ready, willing and able to do most anything. Amazingly, I am not wanted.

No calculation but I did start keeping track of dates about 18 months ago.

Palm, what do you consider "concrete"?

For me, it went from "interest" to how long she could "hold out" to "determination" that I wouldn't ask; via "irritiation" to "anger" that she wasn't even BOTHERED. <br />
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Progressing through... yes... even "hatred"... that she didn't love me, reaching an "emptiness"; and my soul ached for love. No touching, no kiss... she turns away when we go to bed. The DOG gets more attention than I do. Excuses... you name it, I've been there.<br />
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You stop conciously counting the days, but if somebody asks, you know the answer "when was the last time..." to the very MINUTE. <br />
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And how good (or bad) it was.<br />
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Stop obsessing about sex. That is my only advice. <br />
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If you cannot live without that intimacy and you cannot re-kindle it in your partner... sooner or later I think the marriage is doomed. <br />
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I am no longer prepared to simply EXIST in my life... I want to LIVE. I am giving it one last try. I love my wife more than anyone in the world after my children. But I also have an obligation to myself.<br />
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As the man said, "you are a long time dead..."; this is your one chance... this is MY one chance... to seek happiness.

Lonelywife2, I spent about 13 years between sexual episodes with my wife. But I loved her so much that I held out as long as I could. I finally had a talk with her expecting divorce. Now, I can't hardly keep up with her sexually. Read my story for some ideas. (same experience group)

If it wasn't so sad . Counting the minutes and hours of sexual privation could be humerous but it is nothing of the sort to those suffering its effects.