Where do you draw the line?
What is your last straw?
How do you know when you have stopped loving someone?
What would it take for you to divorce your spouse?
So, you have finally found “the one“. You date, fall in love and get married. Everything is perfect for awhile, actually a long while before things start to change. You have been feeling like you have the world on a string. You tell all your friends how happy you are and most of all you are relieved that your search has ended. It’s hunky-dorey for you!
But then you start to notice your life taking on a routine of it’s own. Your week days have a routine. Your sex life has a routine. In fact everything seems routine and then boredom comes knocking. So maybe you decide to have a child or two, and then life gets really interesting. Responsibilities mount. Time gets crunched and you feel tired all the time. The sex dwindles down to once or twice a month. Conversations turn into arguments or they are so mundane you would rather not have them at all. You begin to wonder if this is all there is.
The distance between you grows until you feel like you are living with a shadow of your former love. Your interests change and soon you are seeing less and less of each other, meeting only at night to sleep, catching glimpses of each other between activities. Sex is a distant memory. You feel deeply that something is not right.
What would you do?