The first step towards creating a happy, healthy relationship is your own willingness to work at it. Many couples leave it until their relationship has started to fall apart before they consider doing anything about the difficulties they have. By the way my mom is in her 60's now and I know one of the reasons she'd resisted Christianity and the Bible was because of the misconception that sex is only for procreation....I think w/ what you have here, it very clearly indicates that not to be the case!

He says he has forgiven me but it still eats at his brain...I have tried to move pass it but it keeps getting dragged up. The trust is now gone and I have been working hard to earn it back ever since.



Most of the time when wife don't law of attraction get back what they were doing for their man, they gradually loose their trust in concept of love and then gradually the feeling of love disappears for their husband and where there is no love there comes no respect, frustration, anger, annoyance and finally seperation!

But if you make it a goal to keep adding to it, then each time you go by the fridge, you will both take a look at it to see if the other person added to it. By doing that, you will keep those "grateful" things fresh in your mind and you will try to see how many more things you can add to the list that your spouse might not have considered.

Give him motivation or pampering when he needs it. Congratulate him on his accomplishments and make a point to make him extra special on days like his birthday, your anniversary, valentine's day etc.

It is usual for us to repaint our houses, repair or service our cars, redo our hairs and service other belongings we have but we always make the grievous mistake of repairing or servicing our relationships.