I, too, am in a sexless marriage which has evolved into a loveless marriage, characterized by loneliness. Answers a lot talk so much with shopkeepers but no words with me . He don't want me to go out alone or do job or studying start again .There is no greater insult that a woman can inflict on her husband than to find him unattractive and/or sexually unappealing....especially when other women do not see him that way. Than home with laptop mob work dealing customers all the time . M house wife stay at home enjoy doing dishes washing clothes vacuuming. I have no friends connection of school or college friends. When Ian talking he always busy with work or he answer most of the time yes ok all right . When I text him he reply so late in 1 or two words . If any day I m not feeling good sleep early whole mid night he play game with son cooking . I think some thing getting finished in me frustration feeling low . Peaches, I do not know about anyone else, but I have been to a couple therapists and they have me on medication to help deal with it. It helps at night when I am alone so I can get to sleep.Marriage is not only depressing, it's incredibly aging.Small wonder that young guys today are avoiding it in droves. My marriage went sexless 15 years ago after my last child was born.Ask them for their views about something they care about and make sure to demonstrate you’re listening. If your spouse is in the other room watching their favorite show, sit next to them (at the start of the show) and say, “You love this show so much I want to give it a try.” They may be confused, suspicious, or both, but just be sincere and try to see the show through their eyes, even if it’s not your thing.(See "How to Validate Someone’s Emotions.") Don’t expect them to reciprocate right away, as habits take time to change, but after a few gestures of goodwill they will likely return the favor. After the show, tell them what you appreciated about—even if it was terrible, find something! The longer we’re married, the more we tend to assume we know what the other person is thinking. Figuring out another person’s perspective (known as ) is a thought exercise we can't skip.But they are also probably trapped in a cycle of emotional disconnection and feel helpless to break it.
How to Combat Loneliness in Marriage The emotional isolation that encompasses us when we’re lonely leads our relationship muscles to atrophy, as we rarely use them in meaningful ways.
Tipsys is meant to help lonely women connect with other lonely women.
This isn’t like a female-only version of Grindr, though, but a social network engineered to help women find real-life friendships.
In addition to the emotional anguish loneliness creates, it also has devastating effects on our mental and physical health.
Loneliness depresses our immune system functioning, increasers inflammatory responses that put us at greater risk for cardiovascular disease, and can literally shorten our longevity.