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They see their world falling apart and they begin to panic. But invariably, they do all the wrong things to try and save the marriage.

The worst thing you can do at this point is to beg your spouse to stay. If your spouse says they want out, they may have been mentally preparing themselves for a long time…often years.

However, don’t agree to leave the house if your spouse asks you. If your response to reading this is “But what about when he/she does……” put your focus back on saving the marriage not on who is at fault.

Be kind in your refusal but it gets much harder to save the marriage when one of you moves out. Sounds simple, but for you to really grasp this concept you have to be willing to understand what role play in the problems your marriage is experiencing. This isn’t the time to get angry and start blaming. It’s time to take a personal inventory of your flaws.

What to do when your spouse wants a divorce and you don’t 1.

tweet It’s been three and a half months since we have been together and I’m starting to consider other alternatives.

The post dates back to 2014, but regardless — the recent comments indicate a certain percentage of wives and husbands are not getting their sexual needs met, even though in many other ways their marriage is comfortable and their husband or wife (and, despite the stereotypes, their are more wives complaining about disinterested husbands than vice-versa) is “wonderful” or a “great father/mother.” As I’ve written before, there are many ways spouses can betray each other beyond just affairs or denying the other sex — being “neglectful, indifferent, contemptuous, asexual, demeaning, insulting, as Esther Perel says — often is as — and sometimes more — damaging as physical abuse.

In my poll, people overwhelming thought those behaviors were just as much of a betrayal as infidelity Still, tell people that you sexual needs aren’t being met, and you’ll no likely hear about how you only “need” sex X times a week or month to be “normal,” or that you should focus on the other great qualities your hubby or wife has.

Great, but it’s little consolation for those who are literally starved for sexual contact. From Katrina: To me, it’s not merely the act of sex.

What I’m missing is being desired, having the intimacy and spontaneity that we had before.

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