| | Re: No sexual spark for a partner, then what?
Originally Posted by Mr B
If you have kids you stay married until they are grown and gone. It's not their fault their parents don't like having sex with each other. Breaking up a family so you can go out and have sex is nothing short of child abuse.
If you don't have any kids get out. You don't necessarily need to get a divorce and sometimes being permanently separated makes the other partner seem sexually more exciting.....sometimes.
I disagree with this statement. Breaking up a family is hard sure... but it's not any less easier if the spouses stayed together just for the sake of the children. They would end up resenting one another, become hostile (Not necessarily in a physical manner mind you) and if they decided to go out and cheat.. that is certainly a very destructive environment for a child or children to grow up in. (Now this is assuming the couple isn't willing to put effort into fixing the relationship as well as sex life.) As far as not having a spark there... well i suggest that if everything else is loving and solid.. put effort into igniting a flame.
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