My wife and I have been married for almost 7 years now. We both have been married before with terrible first marriages. I know there is two sides of every story, but I do treat my wife like a queen, and the funny thing is she will tell you that also. We have 2 beautiful sons that we just adore. The problem is my wife has nothing to do with me anymore. She will not carry on a conversation with me or if I just ask how she is , she will get angry and very verbally abusive. She has even cut out having any type of sexual relationships with me, and will cringe if I even try to touch her. This has been going on for about 4 years now and it is driving me crazy. I have NOT cheated or done anything wrong to her, but I will admitt that I have considered it lately. I figured maybe we just needed a night out a few weeks ago, so I had my mother-n-law keep our boys and took my wife to a real high dollar restaurant, out for ice cream, and just a long ride. She would not hardly even speak to me. She thanked me but that was about it. I am not leaving because of my boys. I don't think she is cheating on me, but I don't know. I have tried ignoring it but I can't any more. Last example, I got up the other morning and tried to tell her about a dream I had, she turned her hair dryer on and turned away. Help, I am loosing it.
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