When our fifth child was only three months old, my husband told me point-blank that he didn't find me attractive anymore because I was fat. Despite being extremely hurt, I worked hard and lost a lot of the baby weight. When we discussed having another, I expressed concern about gaining weight again and my husband assured me it would be fine. One baby later, things are not fine.
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Sexual intimacy is one of the most beautiful experiences that a husband and wife can share. It is God’s treasured gift to husband and wife. Without necessary preparation, though, it can be one of the most difficult aspects of marriage to navigate.
My husband has a drug addiction. I thought he was doing fine, but I found out he was stealing pain pills from me and selling them for three months. He blames me for everything. I made him leave. He blames me he is gone and tells me it's all my fault. I don’t know how to get through this.
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My husband and I have been married for seven years and we’re in our 70s and 80s. I am trying to help him recognize the problems I see in our marriage, which has been extremely happy until I reached a tipping point recently over my feeling used in the relationship. Is he relying on my over-giving because he thinks that’s acceptable and what a wife should do?
My husband and I are working on renewing our marriage after he had an affair with our mutual friend. I forgave both of them, and my husband and I are committed to starting our marriage over. I have been thinking about her a lot lately, I would like to reach out to her via text to see how she is doing. What are your thoughts on this?
How can we tell when we’ve crossed the line from love into lust? What’s the difference between enjoying each other and using each other? Are certain behaviors categorically off-limits? Have the Savior’s servants given us clear instruction and guidelines?