My wife has given me an ultimatum of sorts.
"I'm moving on with my life. You are welcome to come along with me, and I want you to come with me, but I'm no longer going to beg you to want to..."
I know she sees me pulling away from her physically and our intimacy levels have fallen off the charts like congress's approval rating, and she sees me becoming more upset about Church and becoming more distant spiritually from her.
Is this the beginning of the end, or is she just sensing me moving away from her and she's tired of the fight and is deciding she's waited long enough for me to make up my mind what path I'm going to take?
I have been drifting a bit. I have been allowing myself to not be intimate with her for some time... I'm scared.
We're going away together this weekend without the kids... I hope to find some rekindling spirit to show her I'm hers, but what if I can't?
Commitment has held us together. This "ultimatum" is making me rethink my commitments...
What do I have to do to show her my love? Why do I always have to keep proving myself to her? Why do I allow her to feel distant and insecure? I've been fighting this for 27 years of marriage... How much am I willing to fight to keep her?
Is this the "inevitability" factor kicking in?