First, stop telling us you love your husband, it's completely unnecessary because it's completely obvious you don't. You've fallen out of love with him, and you may still "like" him, but you don't "love" him. Once you acknowledge that to yourself, then and only then can you start moving on with your life the way you want it. There are too many people going around fooling themselves into staying in relationships, because they just can't put their finger on what is wrong in their relationship, and everything about their relationship looks good on paper to other people outside of the relationship. However, outside people don't really know what's going on inside your relationship, and they will never fully know, only you know. There's no reason for you to remain married just because that's what your community or your family expects of you. Usually, around year 7, people start realizing that their relationship is not what they expected, and that's typically when divorces start, it's called the "7-Year Itch". You're on your 8th year, so it's just about the right time for it to happen. On the 7th year, a lot of people start realizing that their first marriage was not what they truly wanted, but they got married anyway. Typically, they find that their 2nd marriage is usually the much better marriage, where people with more common goals get together. The 1st marriage was their starter practice marriage.
· 12 months ago