In this day and age of shallow, non-committed relationships, is there still a breed of guys who see the value and beauty of marriage? What are the reasons that make marriage still important to these guys?
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I'm married for now going on 27 years. Am I totally satisfied in my marriage? NO. Do I love my wife? Yes, but I feel I'm falling out of love. There seems to be a point that someone in a marriage don't see the importance of sex and looses "The Passion" that was once there. I have been recently accused of having an "Emotional Affair" with another lady. By definition of emotional affair, I'm guilty. I have abstained from committing adultery because of being married. I feel marriage is a commitment between you, God, and your spouse. This commitment is not something I want to fail at on my part. I realize that I am skating on a slippery slope by being in this very limited relationship with this other lady. My marriage does in fact hinder this relationship. However, there are bounds I have set in my own mind, that I do NOT intend on crossing. It is sort of depressing at this point. I guess that I'll likely continue being "The Provider" for my wife and college age children. All the while, realizing that there is so much more to be had.0