Re: Is There aA Difference Between Loving Someone and Being In Love???
I think that Scione has a point and in fact there is a book about 5 different love languages.
As a husband, I am in the same boat as you...my wife seems to love me (we've had our problems no doubt), but doesn't seem to be in love with me....or so it seems. The more soul searching I do, the more I realize that I might say "I love you" a half dozen times a day because I am affectionate....that's my love language. She is less affectionate, but that doesn't mean she doesn't love me....perhaps she speaks a different love language.
I am thinking out loud here, but I have been viewed by my spouse as pushy where is comes to sex and affection. Perhaps because I am waiting and expecting her to respond when I say I love you, speak my love language, etc. So perhaps to her, I am pushy.
Is it possible that you link love with affection and your husband links love with something else....different love language???