Narcissism is extreme self-love and self-absorption, which manifests in both men and women.
We have a 5 year old together. At the beginning, our relationship was decent. We were both young he was 19 and I was We had our issues on getting along and agreeing on things. We both got comfortable, where we didn't have to spend much time together.
I looked forward for him to going to work, so I had some time without him. Of course, I missed him, but because we didn't get along sometimes, I would have rather be myself, taking care of our kid. We had sex once a week and that was enough. I use to want a lot of sex, but it tapered off and I could careless if I got anything.
I worked on and off over the last 5 years, while sometimes I was a stay at home mom. Mind you we have both been faithful and never questioned cheating on each other. I have never had any trust issues with him and he knows that I have never cheated as well. I got a weekend job I actually worked 40 hours during my first 3 weeks of training at the same company as my husband.
We have two different jobs. It was week before Christmas and it was like my whole perspective on my husband changed. The only thing I could think of was my husband.
I craved all of his attention. I didn't even want my husband giving my son attention. I was always touching him or finding some reason to call him at work. I hated that feeling, but I just couldn't shake it.
I was wanting to have sex every night. All my thoughts and actions were consumed with him. I didn't get angry with him once.
Our relationship seemed like it was getting tons better. It has changed again, but for the better. He has actually improved himself. He doesn't yell at me and has stopped disrespecting me. He watches what he says and he actually wants to spend as much time with me.
On my part, the attention isn't as bad. I still crave his attention, but he can actually give someone else his attention, without me getting jealous.
But I still feel completely obsessed with my husband. Some of its good, because it has improved our relationship. But is it normal for us being married as long as we have to now be infatuated with each other again. Is it normal for me to crave most of his attention and constantly miss him as bad as I do when he's at work??
I just wanna know that I'm normal. I feel like I'm gonna push him away, because I am clingy.I love the design, the bright primary colors of the pave stones, but let's face it, it's an expensive piece of costume jewelry. I hope it comes in one piece and that I will love it and not have to send it back.
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