Our expert says:
I tend to wonder what "falling out of love" means, and what the original love was. I find in practice that often this is one way of expressing marital disharmony and conflict, which can actually be dealt with by marriage counselling ( its hard to "love" someone you're arguing with ). And although such counselling obviously can't always solve all the problems, at least you know you have tried, and even if the decision is then to separate, both of you know more about what went wrong, and are better able to avoid repeating such problems in future, and to part amicably rather than unpleasantly.
If he's fine from every other point of view, but it is entirely on a sexual basis that you have fallen out of lust, as it were, rather than out of love, then personal counselling for you might help you to better understand whatever accounts for this, and again, may either suggest solutions or at least a better informed plan for the future
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