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Mommy*Allie* 2 kids; New York 110 posts
16th Apr '13

sorry, I know that was way too long, lol.
I hope it somehow helps though! Good luck!

Derp Due January 10; 1 child; Camp Lejeune, NC, United States 11596 posts
16th Apr '13

You pursue every avenue available. You made vows, keep them if at all possible. If you go for years without feeling a flame and have tried talking, therapy, etc. then you definitely might want to consider a divorce. However, most marriages go through dry spells and this sort of thing goes away with time or therapy. Plenty of couples move past this kind of situation so don't fret. If I were you I would seek some couple's counseling and bring in a third party to help you guys navigate through your issues. You owe it to one another, especially if you have children together.