Ask Miki for July 20 2016

Dear Miki

We dated seven years, and got married 3 years ago. Now I can’t even let him touch me sexually. I stayed because I love him. His heart is big and is the sweetest, most supportive guy (most of the time). I think his cocaine habit eventually turned me off. He’s a completely different person on this drug. He has treated me like crap on many occasions. His family doesn’t think I’m good enough. His mom spoiled him and expects me to be home everyday, to take care of him like she did. He’s very dependent on me. I’m very independent. I don’t want kids, and don’t think marriage is for me. Why didn’t I figure this out before I got married? I have taken a lot of grief over the years, and I think it’s one of the reasons I’m unhappy. I feel I’m deserting him if I leave. He’ll just go out every night and do coke. Our families will have nervous breakdowns. My family loves him very much. The worst part is that I am also scared. Comfort plays a big role. Will I regret it? What is going to happen to him? His brother is a completely different story. I think I’ve been in love with him for 7 years. I always feel the tension between us. I think. I thought it was a crush or a case of, “you always want what you can’t have”. Is it? I’ve never told him how I felt, knowing it was wrong. I know I have no hope of being with him or making love with him. I just want to know why I have to feel this way. I need help.

Signed, T

You may care much for him but the way you feel about his brother is a clear reminder that you do not love him the way a wife should love a husband. Your feelings for the brother are even more confused than your feelings for your husband. Do not even go there. That would be a worse disaster than your marriage. Much as you hate every minute of it, you stay married for the most part, simply because it is convenient and familiar. You choose to settle for the devil you know. I can see that in two years time, it will turn you into a devil to dread, If you do not take bold steps to leave now. That is a choice that you and not his or your family will have to make. Your husband will have to make his own choices but that is not really your responsibility. Help yourself first.

Daily Affirmation:

Commitment entails not only being true to the other, but also being true to our self.

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