Well if you’re making an effort to straighten things out with your husband who has either informed you that he doesn’t love you anymore or maybe just compels you to sense that may be the case, the ball is in your court. You are the one who has to jump into action.
Does my husband love me?
If your husband hasn’t left you, then that is very good news. You see, the fact that he is still at home means that he is probably willing to work things out and he more than likely still loves you.
The thing is, he might not realize it. You’ll just have to prove it to him.
Even though it is obvious to you that you cherish and revere your husband, it may not be so apparent to him.
There is a lot of stress that may come into play in married life which can cause admiration and respect to turn into disenchantment and exasperation.
The most usual motive for a guy to distance himself or come right out and notify you that he doesn’t love you anymore is because he doesn’t feel cherished and revered.
If there are children demanding your attention, it’s easy to get irritated when your husband bellyaches about you not paying attention to him anymore. After all, your kids should be the top priority for both of you. And your husband should realize this, right?
Well your husband may not see it that way. He sees that he is not getting the time and closeness that he once enjoyed with you. That attention that made him feel important and loved.
I want my husband to love me again
Now, what you are going to have to do is start showing him a little more respect and admiration. This could conceivably bring your dignity level down a little but if it’s totally worth it to you to build your husband’s self esteem back up again.
It may not be easy right off the bat, particularly if he is ignoring you or just plain gone a lot. But stick with it and you will be glad you did.
Make an effort to be more considerate with your words and actions. You don’t want to be slobbering all over him constantly, but you can tell your guy that you love him and talk about the fun times you shared.
Try a little less pushing about performing chores around the house. And when your husband does something, thank him for it. Don’t merely take it for granted. If he basically ignores you at first, don’t let that upset you.
While you’re at it, be sure that you take care of yourself and do things that you enjoy doing.
Also be sure to eat right, get some exercise and go out with friends every now and again. This will boost your self-esteem and by and large change the manner in which others, including your husband, look at you