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Posted by By: Dr. Laura Berman on April 30 2019
Dr. Berman – I have been married for 18 years. My kids are 16 and 14. I love my family with all my heart, but it feels like my wife and I are just roommates. There is very little intimacy and that was always the case, and I accepted it, but now that the kids are growing up and the co-parenting is getting easier, I would like some kind of affection or touch from her. I feel like I am just a paycheck. She plans all of our stuff and manages the house, but I don’t feel appreciated. I love her, but we don’t connect like we used to. I started feeling this way a few years ago and then it got stronger when I met a woman who is happily married, but just likes talking to me. We have become so close that I want to tell her things before I tell my wife. I do not want to be with this woman, but I want that connection with my wife. How do I fix this? There is nothing between me and my friend, but I can’t exactly tell my wife that I talk to this woman (and her husband) all the time. Thanks, Joe
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