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Hey Shannon! Relationship Question for October 7, 2013

"I've been in a relationship for almost 10 years. We have two kids together and as years are passing by, I am starting to feel that we aren't going anywhere. Every time I mention taking our relationship to the next level or even just making it official with marriage, he snaps at me and starts to ignore the issues. He's been walking away from intimate talks for a long time, and I'm starting to become fed up. I don't want to break up our family, and if I even mention the idea of leaving him, he says something mean and I feel trapped. He once told me that I was being selfish for breaking up our family, and I can't shake off this guilt. What should I do?"


Can't work out a problem? We all need help juggling relationship choices.




Join Shannon Fox, a licensed family therapist, each day on Ozarks Live! Each show, airing at 4 p.m. on KOLR10, has a problem to solve and Shannon gives realistic, immediate solutions to life's most challenging interpersonal dilemmas.




Today's question:


" I've been in a relationship for almost 10 years. We have two kids together and as years are passing by, I am starting to feel that we aren't going anywhere. Every time I mention taking our relationship to the next level or even just making it official with marriage, he snaps at me and starts to ignore the issues. He's been walking away from intimate talks for a long time, and I'm starting to become fed up. I don't want to break up our family, and if I even mention the idea of leaving him, he says something mean and I feel trapped. He once told me that I was being selfish for breaking up our family, and I can't shake off this guilt. What should I do?"









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Send an email to Shannon at sfox@kolr10.com if you have a question, or if you'd like to come on the show to discuss your situation.



 
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