Re: Married less than a yr and need advice
Many books will suggest that the euphoric feeling of "being in love" is nothing more than an initial feeling that can last for a while, but it fades like anything...
Eat too much chocolate, and suddenly, you like chocolate, but you get tired of it, and maybe want something else instead...
You feel like your mind is made up...but you haven't walked down every avenue yet...done counseling or sat down and spoken to him (im assuming)
My opinion, as a man that was in a similar situation and my wife left me without so much as a second thought because she "made up her mind"...everyone makes mistakes, however, love and marriage take a lot of work.
It isn't a fairy tale...you don't fall in love and live happily ever after...you have to communicate, try new things, and put in a LOT of effort.
It's up to you to decide what you want to do...try to see things from all angles, and not just the "well, I guess i'm just not in love now!"
I know that seems hard...but the human mind is an amazing thing and capable of a lot...just make sure you communicate, consider your options, and act on them.
Ultimately (from my own experience)...if you bottle it up, and just let it fester ..you'll get resentful, and eventually, you may leave and cripple him in the process...if you love him, you owe it to both of you, to try reconcile, but if that can't be done...mitigate the damage, because I assume you he'll be hurt.