Freedom in Marriage

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Marriage can be an environment in which freedom, fun, excitement, spontaneity is cultivated. Sure, not all of the time, but even in the more difficult time you can be ready for the humor and loving support that is able to stand at arm’s length from the overwhelm and embrace possibilities that truly excite.

You can learn that loss of freedom and your personal self need not happen. Shift your thinking and get on the road to see your relationship with your significant other as a means to enhance your personal freedom.

Please leave your comments below. Does the need for personal freedom or “fun” play a role in the affair and emotional distancing?

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One Response to Freedom in Marriage

  1. Peggy says:

    Yes it does. He has told me all about the fun he had with his affair partner. She called it acting like high school. Since she left him he hasn’t wanted any fun or sex in our marriage at all. He wants the old couple relationship. I’m already bored and not to mention he said the boredom he felt in our marriage is what got him into his affair so why would I want to go back to that? I’ve done all I can to initiate playfulness and have been rejected too many times. I know boredom wasn’t the reason for his affair. He is “I love you but not in love with you”. And his narcissistic behaviors came out the moment I wasn’t happy about his affair.

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