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but I can't seem to escape this feeling that there's something more than this, and I'm seeing time slip-sliding away. What I hear you saying is that while you love your husband, have a generally positive relationship, and are companionable, you feel as if there is something missing from your relationship, something you do not want to do without for the rest of your life. What might it be like to open a dialogue that celebrates the time that you’ve had together and opens up a discussion about what you each want for your remaining years?
If you haven’t let your husband know that you aren’t satisfied with the status quo, you have not given him, nor you, an opportunity to see if your relationship can change.
Always seek the advice of your physician or qualified mental health provider with any questions you may have regarding any mental health symptom or medical condition.
There are others who decide that separation or divorce is the best option for them.
The show isn’t a particularly representative sample of differing poly relationship styles, unfortunately. of Poly In The News is covering the show in detail, including some clips and a lot of analysis.
Of course, this is a “reality” TV show, not a documentary, so we do have to take that into account. Alan’s opinion seems fairly favorable (again), though that’s not without reason.
You can’t know unless you begin communicating with each other.
There are couples who work together to reignite the “spark” that has faded.
Figuring out which path is for you should be, at the very least, a conversation rather than a unilateral decision.