Being married when your husband is a loner is not easy. It can sometimes feel very isolating and as if you are doing life alone.
This can be especially true if you are the opposite of him and are quite the extrovert.
But, there was something in him that drew you to him. You were attracted to him and chose to marry him. Maybe, just maybe, it was because he represented the strong, silent type.
Now that you are married maybe that strong silent type is leaving you feeling a bit… alone.
But, that doesn’t mean you can’t make it work. It means you have to consider how you will learn to live together. You have to be honest with him about your needs and find common ground to work together for marriage success.
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Remember the importance of dating your husband, even when he’s a loner.
Knowing that marriage takes work and learning to live together as one while respecting each other’s unique traits. If your husband is a loner, that’s one of his unique traits.
It doesn’t mean that he doesn’t love you. It doesn’t mean that he doesn’t want to spend time with you. It does mean, that there will be times when he needs to be alone.
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You have your own and he’s learning how to live with you as well. So remember that neither of you are perfect. But you can grow together to complete each other and find abiding, peaceful, love.
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