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If you love your spouse, but your spouse dosen’t love you, what do you do?




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      Marion Licchiello wrote Jan 22, 2012
    • You don’t try and hang on...if they don’t love you... as much as you love them or if they don’t love you ... you deserve someone who does love you.




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      Fonti1 wrote Jan 22, 2012
    • is it really NOT love? Or have you just gotten complacent with the relationship and everything is stale and boring? Too often this happens where so much energy is put into the kids and their activities that we forget that we are more than just mom and dad, but Mr. and Mrs. too. Counseling will to help to sort out how you really feel and why things have changed.




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      Marion Licchiello wrote Jan 22, 2012
    • I agree to counseling if he didn’t straight out tell you he didn’t love you anymore or if he is pushing away and doesn’t want to be bothered.  There is a difference.. but fonti1 is totally right in her questions... I see though from your other question you are separated already..  Did he tell you he no longer loves you?




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      Nathalie Girard wrote Jan 22, 2012
    • I agree with both ladies above. No matter what the situation, you deserve to be with someone who loves you. Never forget that.




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      Tracyann wrote Jan 22, 2012
    • If he actually told you he does not love you, then do not hold out hope that it will change. As others said, you deserve to be with someone who loves you. Please seek counseling to deal with your feelings, and start separation/divorce proceedings. During the process, make sure you do not make concessions (because of your love that you still have for him) that you will regret later! Trust and believe that, with time, you will feel better about yourself and your life. Once free, you will be able to seek enjoyment from activities that you’ve perhaps set aside in your marriage (like going out to clubs, dancing, movies with friends, etc.) And, speaking of friends, they are the most important support you can have. Surround yourself with them, family too. Talk to them about how you feel. Often, talking with your best friends can be even more therapeutic than talking with a professional therapist! I wish you the best of luck in quickly finding peace with this situation. It hurts now, but you will heal, and you will become much stronger and much happier in the end. Very best wishes to you.




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      Marion Licchiello wrote Jan 22, 2012
    • je-re-me... if you want to message me ..please do so.. I’d love to hear more of what’s going on so I can better help or give advice.. we don’t know the full story...




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