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How to tell if she no longer loves you


Published: 8th April 2008 - Category: Bastow Blogs - Author: Lynne Bastow

You Google search this question.

Oh dear, men sometimes end up on the wrong end of a divorce petition and they do not understand why. It is important to read the clues and here are two massive ones which men miss all the time:

  1. You no longer have sex.
  2. You sleep in the spare bedroom.

Both of these are not because of her bad back, your snoring, her tiredness, stress at work, the recent death of her aunt etc. None of these excuses would stand in her way if George Clooney was on offer!

What can you do:

  1. Persuade her to see a sex therapist or at least a relationship counsellor.
  2. Resign yourself to celibacy until she decides to end the relationship.
  3. Have an affair.
  4. Initiate divorce proceedings yourself.

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