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I Want My Husband To Love Me Again
"I want my husband to love me again" is one of the most frequently echoed sentiments when it comes
to relationship mending. It's becoming more and more common that women are feeling lonely and lost
in what they feel are loveless marriages. But they do not want to give up even if it appears that their
husband already has. The good news is that there are many ways to fix your marriage, or any long-term
relationship, and bring back that love you once shared.
Mending a marriage can be complicated and there are many strategies that you can take to go about
this. The results will depend on your individual situation and circumstances, but there are some
questions you need to ask yourself. First of all, you obviously feel that your husband doesn't love you
anymore or you wouldn't be stating "I want my husband to love me again." But has he told you this?
Remember that men and women think and feel differently. There could be a big difference between the
way he really feels and what you think he feels. If he has not left you, and he hasn't admitted to not
having feelings for you anymore, then he probably does still love you, but there are some other things
getting in the way that are confusing him.
One very common reason that husbands seem to stop displaying love to their wives is because the wife
shifts her attention from him to the children. This is normal of course and you should put your kids as
top priority. But if you've been paying very little to no attention to your husband, he may start to feel
unappreciated and he could even feel a little resentment toward the children. While you would hope
that is not the case, it is not uncommon, especially if the situation has become a permanent mother-
tending-to-her-kids-all-the-time one. In early childhood, this is more understandable, but as children
grow up, some of your attention should shift back over to your husband.
If your husband treats you with no admiration or respect, first take a look at how you are treating him.
Whether he started this behavior or you did, you need to be the one to change it. Start complimenting
him for the things he does do. And avoid badgering him for the things he doesn't. If all goes well, he will
start to mirror your actions so just give it time. In the meantime, instead of focusing on him all the time
(for better or for worse), try focusing on yourself. Make sure you are taking care of yourself and not just
the kids and your husband. The better you feel about yourself, the more attractive you will be to others,
including your husband.
Your wish of "I want my husband to love me again" can be granted if you just take that advice into