Monthly Archives: March 2013
This must be the most frequent question I get. It’s not always phrased this bluntly, there are a myriad of subtle variations (like this comment on my last post), but at the end of day the spouse A wants spouse B to do (or not do) something they aren’t (or are) doing. We want an action plan, and people have made millions creating action plans and selling them to the masses, because we all want to believe that if he did A -> B -> C and got to D, we can follow the same steps.
I’ve been pretty clear that my marriage was not always what it is now, that we started off being a “sexless” marriage, but we have, over the years, improved. I often get asked “what did you do to fix it?” I know what you want. You want a turnkey solution to fixing your marriage. Continue reading