08-22-2009, 08:32 AM
Join Date: May 2009
| | Re: Newly married
You can also try cooking, decorating your home, sewing...
maybe arts and crafts, painting...
if you have enough energy.
Most women have liked those hobbies for many centuries.
I enjoy most of those things too.
You can even try your hand at painting ( house, room or on canvas for art).. working out, perhaps get a 21 speed bike,
learn a new skill or follow an interest...
go back to school and get another degree or training in something that appeals to you ( something that appeals to me is learning how to apply permanent make-up, which I may someday learn to do and
go back to work doing it... mostly work with breast cancer patients).
hmmm, lets see, there is also fishing, hiking, book clubs,
and thousands of other things you can do with your time rather than worry your husband isn't paying enough attention to you because he likes to fix up old vehicles.
Focus on whats right, not whats wrong.
Give thanks for your health, and the many other blessings in your life that you may take for granted. Your husband is not here to be your entertainer in life or make you happy.
Your happiness is your responsibility.
If you have doormat tendenacies, work on improving them so you don't feel taken for granted.