From time to time, charlotte London Escorts Agency receives different kinds of letter, from clients and some readers of our blog. There is one letter that struck me the most from Jane.
Dear charlotte London Escorts, I have this problem for some time now, my husband and I have been married for 20 years, we were young when we got married we have a 13-year-old daughter. Our relationship is in rocks; there is nothing wrong with my husband nor me. From couple of our friends perspective we even seem the perfect couple and they always says that. We are always invited to weddings for the reason that they wanted to be like us. I think the spark is gone now? Or maybe that I don’t love him anymore? I don’t know, but since we are on good terms we talked and had a conversation, we just didn’t opt for therapy yet. I am afraid to go because I don’t want to find out that I want to leave my husband and put all those 20 years in the trash.
I don’t know what to do, we have a daughter, and I will be the one to leave him, I will feel bad for my daughter and him because he didn’t do anything wrong. In fact, he is a good husband and a good provider for our daughter. Please help me Jane This type of scenario is not that rare, and there are instances that marriage can go sour without explanation. If you’re too afraid to face the problem head on both of you will suffer even your daughter as she grows. She can sense what is happening to both of you before that happens you should face this problem. If you don’t want to admit that you fall out of love, don’t be. If you both are not ready for therapy. As I can read your letter I think you didn’t try it all yet; you could go travel maybe a second honeymoon to ignite that lost spark.
If that doesn’t work, try being separated for some time, 20 years is a milestone in marriage. Maybe because 20 years of being together are monotonous. You might want to consider being separated for a week or a month; maybe you can truly feel what he means to you. If you miss him or she misses you. If nothing still changes try Open Relationship, you said one of the reasons that you can’t leave him is your daughter, try to have an open relationship, for the meantime keep it from your daughter until the right time and explain it to her. Then, while you’re in an open relationship, examine how you feel if he has a date if there are jealousy feelings you got. If there is none and you still want to save your marriage don’t be afraid to go to a therapist, they are there to help you understand how you feel.