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Old 01-22-2013, 06:07 PM
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I second Marcus, and add that if you don't have one, maybe schedule at least one day a week where you and he don't have any domestic duties to take care of together, so there is time and space to relax. Maybe make it a set date day to go somewhere low key, as it sounds like romantic dinners aren't comfortable for him right now with you, a bowl of Pho, the zoo, making the rounds of thrift stores in the best part of town to look for a new painting or vase for your place (really I suck at low pressure dating ideas..but you get the point).

Did you USED to get the romance and intimacy you craved from him, or is this a new development after a certain amount of time went by?
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