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He lost interest in me ...

Posted: Fri Mar 18, 2016 12:23 pm
by Barboro
Hi guys! I would not like to start my day on a sad note. But I just do not have another choice now. I want to talk to you about a problem that got in my relationship lately. I see that some things in the relationship with my partner began to change. I stopped to see so much happiness in his face, as it was before. In addition, I began to notice a certain coldness towards me with his hand. Our relationship started to become like any friendship, or something like that. Simply because when he gets home, he hardly shows any feelings for me. I feel the cold more and more ... I do not know what to do. Also, I began to think that he began to lose interest in me. Tell me, is this possible? Is there any reason for such a thing? Should I do something to fix it? Maybe he has a lover? I do not know ... I just need some explanation and support ... Help me, guys ...

Re: He lost interest in me ...

Posted: Fri Mar 18, 2016 12:39 pm
by Vincent
Sometimes it happens that once in love with a man, he suddenly loses interest in his beloved. The reason for this behavior on the part of men may become frustrated in his partner, and the fatigue of family life, and the emergence of a mistress. I think that first of all you have to analyze your relationship lately. Perhaps you began to have some difficulties. Or your partner just started to get angry about something. Perhaps you also did some mistakes. In addition, you should know that any relationship - is very fragile thing. And sometimes we make mistakes without even realizing it.

Re: He lost interest in me ...

Posted: Fri Mar 18, 2016 12:42 pm
by Aaron
How to make so that the husband was always interested in his partner, he was fascinated by him, as well as in the first years of marriage? This question is not simple, and a lot of guys, regardless of age, he, external data, nationality, scratching their heads over the answer. It's one thing to intrigue a man the first few months of courtship, so to speak, in the "candy period", although it's not all succeed, and another thing - it is to be an interesting man for many years lived in a marriage. I think that after a certain time, many men can start to lose interest. We just have to try to make our relationship hot and interesting.

Re: He lost interest in me ...

Posted: Fri Mar 18, 2016 12:44 pm
by Frank
Permanent interest of men to his beloved, agree - it is very much to family relationships or just for strong, long-term relationship couple. Firstly, it is almost always a guarantee of no change on the part of the husband, because men are so arranged that they constantly need to win his beloved. Second, the continued interest of men to his partner on the line is also relevant to the sexual sphere, and regular sex, as we know, has a family atmosphere on a very large positive impact. So when you feel that some sort of cold to come in your relationship, you can begin to correct it with the help of interesting sex.

Re: He lost interest in me ...

Posted: Fri Mar 18, 2016 12:46 pm
by Milton
The interest of the man to his partner - it's just a completely different atmosphere communication. This is not the usual morass of routine family life, and the beach paradise with crystal clear water and white sand. How to learn how to maintain interest in the relationship? It is not so hard to learn a few tricks when communicating with your man. Some guys are lucky to master them since childhood, watching their moms or dads, well, some, if an example of a child was not a positive start to develop their intuition, already in adulthood. In any case, you can use some psychological techniques for this.

Re: He lost interest in me ...

Posted: Fri Mar 18, 2016 12:49 pm
by Johnson
Be mysterious. Even if you are among the boys, endowed with a strong character, different talents, with great knowledge and many different skills, even if you - independent and earn well, it all quickly tired and pall any man. No one will admire your merits for years. Try to be a mystery to men, something unknown. Even if the first year married, try to discover new facets of his character in communicating with your husband, let him know that you are not simple and interesting. If you're at least trying to bring it all in your family life, you will get success! In addition, it is not as difficult as it may seem.

Re: He lost interest in me ...

Posted: Fri Mar 18, 2016 12:51 pm
by Ismual
Try to spend more time alone, give yourself time. Some guys really spend a lot of time just when communicating with someone during the day. This is not only an irritant to your men, but also mentally drains you a lot. As psychologists say, a sense of inner strength and self-sufficiency to a guy comes to a moment of relaxation and communication with himself, try more than to be alone with you - and you will feel calm and confident. In addition, I also think it will help you maintain interest in your relationship. Much better communicate with your man a little more. It will also help your relationship.

Re: He lost interest in me ...

Posted: Fri Mar 18, 2016 12:54 pm
by Ivaniko
Try not to carry out unquestioningly all that tells you your spouse. I do not mean to stick to the rules, "listen to what the man says and do on the turn", just keep your opinion, offer your own ideas on various issues. And what fun would you offer, the more interesting you as a companion and as a person in general. I assure you, men do not leave it unnoticed. First of all, I advise you to achieve equal rights in your relationship. Your partner should not perceive you as someone who is always subordinate to something and I agree with all the things that happen. It will also generate some interest for both of you.

Re: He lost interest in me ...

Posted: Fri Mar 18, 2016 1:21 pm
by Alfronto
Allow yourself time to time to be weak. Any man nice to feel his own force superior to his partner. So give him the opportunity! The golden rule - be interesting and not predictable in the kitchen and in the bedroom. Of course, this great work - pamper your husband culinary delights and be not only clever and beautiful, but also an excellent lover, but it's worth it! If you want to save your marriage and be always interesting to your man, use imagination and you will succeed! In addition, you can also just try to embody your man for your own imagination. It can also be a good idea.

Re: He lost interest in me ...

Posted: Fri Mar 18, 2016 1:24 pm
by Gongorini
Not all guys can build relationships so that men carried them on their hands and were true gentlemen, who are willing to help at any moment. During the period of candy guys take care of their appearance, trying to always look perfect, behave like real angels in this world. But over time, most of them it goes. Unfortunately, most are males can start to relax and do not follow their appearance more. This is one of the biggest problems in modern ways. Perhaps someone thinks that if he already has a long-term relationship or marriage, it can relax completely? No. We must continue to work on our relationship and to surprise each other.