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Old 02-06-2012, 06:36 PM
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Originally Posted by VeronicaE View Post
Hi. I've been married for 15 years now, been in a long-distance relationship with my boyfriend for +5 months. We see each other every Friday to Sunday.
Lately, I don't really feel lust for my husband anymore. We can have sex, and I eventually turn on and kind of enjoy it, but I don't really feel lusty when we start.
In your experience, is this a normal result of NRE? Or maybe it's a sign I don't romantically love my husband anymore?
We are great partners in many other ways (work, raising children, cohabiting, etc), but I don't see how someone will accept being partners in every way but sexually. It's like I would be relieved if he got his own girlfriend. These feelings are so dark to me that I find it very difficult to admit them. Plus I'm terrified to make wrong decisions ...
I highly doubt you don`t romantically love him anymore. I would place a healthy wage on the NRE for the boyfriend, leaving you spent in the lust department.

If I were you, I definitely wouldn`t make life-altering decisions, while in the throes of NRE.

I wouldnt push him to get a girlfriend, but if he does, you might find yourself wanting his attention again, like many others have, after their partner found someone else. The mind is a tricky thing.
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