India 05 August 2016:
I feel like I'm with my partner out of pity now, not love. What should I do?
You can't have a healthy relationship, if your relationship is based on pity. If you're sure you feel that way then it's time to move on.
How do I deal with a partner that I love very much, but who suffers with anxiety?
You need to understand what your partner is going through, and how you can help her. For that there are many excellent resources available about anxiety. Here are three ways to base your actions on: 1. You need to Acknowledge that anxiety is a real problem and solve this problem calmly and kindly. 2. Set clear expectations around how you're willing to help you partner in dealing with anxiety. 3. You habe to pay attention to your own mental health. This can be strenuous on both of you.
How important is having sex?
It all depends on you and your partner. It depends on the relationship. Some people are asexual and have no sex drive, some couples avoid sex for religious or other reasons, and some couples have dry spells while some have sex daily. Talk with your partner about their sexual needs and desires, and what you are and aren't comfortable with.
What can I do if my husband has crushes on social media sites?
We all have friends online and it's absolutely fine but having crushes is not. By having an online crush your partner is being unfaithful to you. Try and speak to your partner about it and tell him that your upset about it.
What if my partner doesn't tell you how he feels about me?
It's time you gather that courage and ask your partner how he feels. Choose a quiet time with your partner , and expect your partner to pause to reflect on his emotions and how he can best put them into words. Be patient while your partner thinks and listens to what he says. If he is unable to adequately answer right away, he may come back to you in a day or two