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Hey Shannon! Relationship Question for November 14, 2013

My husband and I have been together for six years. He's my best friend, but it often feels like we are roommates rather than a couple. There's no romance or "I love you." I miss feeling special. We've had several arguments about this matter, and I can't get him to see my side of the story. He provides the excuse that I’m too emotional. I often feel like we would be happier with different partners. As much as I would hate to lose a friend, I’m struggling to figure out what is best for the both of us.
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Today's question:


"My husband and I have been together for six years. He's my best friend, but it often feels like we are roommates rather than a couple. There's no romance or "I love you." I miss feeling special. We've had several arguments about this matter, and I can't get him to see my side of the story. He provides the excuse that I’m too emotional. I often feel like we would be happier with different partners. As much as I would hate to lose a friend, I’m struggling to figure out what is best for the both of us."



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