married to the wrong person?

married to the wrong person?

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Marriage vow

Chesapeake, VA

#2 Mar 5, 2013
help wrote:
I have been married to my husband for 25 years. It hasnt always been easy. For the last few years things have gotten bitter.I have a dear friend who I have always loved but was to blind to see it. He is always emotionally supportive and alway so caring. I recently discovered he feels the same for me. Is it possibe to have married the wrong person? Note that there has been no infidelity! What should I do?
Until death do us part my dear, until death do us part!
laughing

Charleston, WV

#3 Mar 5, 2013
In every marriage after the sex stops the bitterness starts. If you're going to put out in your next marriage try putting out in this marriage and see if it gets amazingly all better.. It will once your start getting him off again. It's easy being emotionally supportive from a distance. It's not easy to give it 24/7 without some booty to keep you going. Yes dear, I know dear, what ever you say dear, I am sorry you feel that way dear. Yawn.

Since: Feb 13

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#4 Mar 5, 2013
First divorce, then see if your dear friend is who will make you happy. Life is too short to spend it with the wrong person, in my opinion anyway. People change and grow apart after time, it's normal....not all or even most but it does happen. It's not fair to either of you to spend your lives being unhappy as well so maybe it's for the best?
wiseone

Charleston, WV

#5 Mar 5, 2013
help wrote:
I have been married to my husband for 25 years. It hasnt always been easy. For the last few years things have gotten bitter.I have a dear friend who I have always loved but was to blind to see it. He is always emotionally supportive and alway so caring. I recently discovered he feels the same for me. Is it possibe to have married the wrong person? Note that there has been no infidelity! What should I do?
Get a divorce, life is too short. There's nothing like a relationship you don't have to work on.
Princess

Kenna, WV

#6 Mar 5, 2013
Never get married in the first place. Its a trap to keep you enslaved. Reprogram yourself. Dont be a Sheep.
It is still infidelity

United States

#7 Mar 6, 2013
help wrote:
I have been married to my husband for 25 years. It hasnt always been easy. For the last few years things have gotten bitter.I have a dear friend who I have always loved but was to blind to see it. He is always emotionally supportive and alway so caring. I recently discovered he feels the same for me. Is it possibe to have married the wrong person? Note that there has been no infidelity! What should I do?
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/07/11/emot...
OMG

Baltimore, MD

#8 Mar 6, 2013
Princess wrote:
Never get married in the first place. Its a trap to keep you enslaved. Reprogram yourself. Dont be a Sheep.
Thats bbaaaaaddd advice
lol

Chesapeake, OH

#9 Mar 6, 2013
Go with your heart honey and what makes you happy!
Possible

Oceana, WV

#10 Mar 6, 2013
Yes. I did and stayed that way too long. Be happy. Life's too short.
stupid

Charleston, WV

#11 Mar 6, 2013
Princess wrote:
Never get married in the first place. Its a trap to keep you enslaved. Reprogram yourself. Dont be a Sheep.
Why did you then???
Straight guy

Chesapeake, OH

#12 Mar 7, 2013
Are there any hot lesbians that liked to be watched by a guy ?
Just Saying

United States

#13 Mar 7, 2013
Straight guy wrote:
Are there any hot lesbians that liked to be watched by a guy ?
I would venture to say you would even like to watch two guys getting it on. Most impotent trash talkers secretly do.
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Creeker

Paintsville, KY

#15 Mar 19, 2013
help wrote:
I have been married to my husband for 25 years. It hasnt always been easy. For the last few years things have gotten bitter.I have a dear friend who I have always loved but was to blind to see it. He is always emotionally supportive and alway so caring. I recently discovered he feels the same for me. Is it possibe to have married the wrong person? Note that there has been no infidelity! What should I do?
You aren't meeting each other's emotional needs and you are having an emotional affair with your friend and transferring the feelings you had for your husband to your friend. I know because it happened to my marriage 2 years ago and I had to work hard to getting husband's devotion back and to learn to trust him (still working in the trust part). Read Willard Harley's book, "His Needs, Her Needs" and visit www.marriagebuilders.com .
dont cheat

United States

#16 Mar 19, 2013
Try talking to your husband about how you feel. That's what any relationship is about.....communication.

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