I often write about strengthening your marriage, returning a marriage to an intimate place, and preventing divorce. Recently, I received an email from a woman who asked me if I would share with her “how to make my husband love me again.” Well, this is somewhat of a loaded question, but I after chatting with her for a bit, I was able to determine that she really wanted a few different things:She wanted to restore intimacy and closeness in her marriage. She wanted to feel that her husband understood, cherished, and appreciated her. And, she wanted to feel desired, loved, and wanted by her husband again.
She confided that she had not felt these things coming from her husband in a long while and this contributed to distance and arguments. She said she felt that she and her husband were so far apart from one another that she was scared a divorce or separation was on the horizon.
So, for her, and for everyone in the same situation, this article will discuss ways to encourage behavior that will contribute to your husband loving you again (although he probably loves you now, but the situation is keeping this from coming out – which I’ll discuss later).
First, I’d like for you to understand that it’s very likely that your husband does still love you. Although “falling out of love” is a phrase that is often used for a stale marriage, often what it really means is that he has “fallen out of love” with the state of the marriage. When a husband pulls away from you, emotionally checks out or detaches himself from the marriage, or gives you vague statements like “I’m just not happy,” “I just don’t feel close to you anymore,” “I just don’t feel like I used to,” etc., he is telling you the truth as he knows it.
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