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Relationship advice I have been married 18 years together 22. My husband never asked me to get engaged I suggested the idea after 6 months which was mad of me as it was way to soon and immature of me and he said if you want to. I wished I had waited for him to of asked me if he would of done. He said he would of probably asked after 2 years because of his confidence. I am the second woman to of asked him as his ex did as well so he must of been pleased knowing two woman asked. No one as ever asked me. It bothers me all these years later because I rushed things and should of waited as I think a man should ask first anyway. I was 22 at the time and wanted to he like my sisters as they were engaged but I dont think any of them asked there man like I did. Also if i go out for a walk by myself I miss him being with me. we go out for walks at the weekend but during the week i end up going alone alot as he gets home and most of the time he is tired so we dont go out for a walk together but I dont think he misses me if Im not there when he gets in or that I have gone for a walk alone and I want him to miss me. I have no one else to go with and its nice of someone is by your side.

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Sweet Sunshinelove,
You and your hubby have shared 22 years and----then some----together, and are Still going it strong. And from where I am sitting, it's high time to get of the tightrope and come down to earth.
Stop living in the past and harping on "Could of, would of, should of." That was yesterday, and Even 22 years later, you are still this birds of a feather who stick together. Let sleeping dogs lie, and move on to your Future, and what you both have nurtured and nursed as of Now.
As far as your little "walks in the park, " be grateful you have a man who even does this with you. Most men don't want to waste their tippy toes on anything but to rest them on a Lazy boy recliner when it comes to their precious weekends. Be satisfied for what time this hard working man can give you, and as you continue to "walk alone" during the week, you are Never really alone, for your amazing man of 22 years is right there along side you.
Do some soul searching. Most woman would kill for what you have and with whom.xx

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Thats true. Mine won't walk beside me even if we were walking together! I have to constantly remind him to walk beside. :)

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It's not about him or the walk.

You sound depressed.

Get a physical and see a counselor.

The idea that you yearn to re-enact a romantic episode in your life says that you have not worked on yourself for today. If you felt better, you would not even be thinking of this.


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