married 10 years ,husband hasnt worked in 51/2 months no sex min.talking and he sees no problem time to drop?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    it will become a pattern...tell him to get off his A $ $ and find a job or get out ! I've been there, done that and believe me....he will be out of work for the next 2 years!

  • 1 decade ago

    He doesn't see the problem of not having sex for 5 1/2 months? Unless he's got health issues that prevent it, I'd have to have a pretty good incentive for sticking around.

    You'll both end up miserable if one isn't happy in the realtionship. Try to talk to him about the problems you're having, if he's not responsive, hasta la vista.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Im sorry. do you think there is another women. I think maybe that he might be upset about lack of job, or having one of those midlife crisis's men seem to have a few times in their lives. And maybe he just doesnt want to work, and not talk about it, or have sex. All those things make life better. I would say try to talk and explain to him how you feel, or maybe he should see someone. Or skip talking all together and visit a local sex shop- spice things up! Or maybe you should get seperated for a bit? Good luck!

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    If he sees no problem with that scenario, that's definitely a problem. If you think there's any chance of saving your marriage, and you can persuade him to see a marriage counselor, you might want to try that before throwing in the towel. If not, I would suggest you separate. Maybe he'll appreciate what he has when it's gone and clean up his act. Then again, I wouldn't hold my breath.

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  • Beth M
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    1 decade ago

    Surely time for counseling. For you and then for him if he will come. Since $ may be tight with hubby with no job....try a church, where many staff members are trained in counseling.

    I wouldn't just arbitrarily quit, but do look to a counselor to sort out your feelings. Hopefully he will go with you.....and you can sort thigns out with both of you.

  • 1 decade ago

    Did you marry him "for better or worse"? If so, how does this situation fit with your committment?

    It's time for you two to get professional help.

  • Keanu
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago

    Tell him, crap or get off the pot, you want more out of life than a roomate.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    time to drop

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    guess you forgot some important words you said.....

    in sickness and in health...till death do us part.

    glad you aren't my wife....you sound like the type that would cut and run if I lost an arm or something in an accident.

  • 1 decade ago

    get rid of him, its a mans place, to work...

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