Although her theoretical orientation is eclectic, she most frequently uses a person-centered, strengths-based approach and cognitive behavioral therapy in her practice.
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I'm wrestling with whether to ask my husband for a divorce.
He hasn't cheated on me, I'm sure about that, nor have I cheated on him.
Twenty-two years into our marriage, I just don't feel any spark for him anymore.
He's a good man and a good father, but I'm not attracted to him at all.
Our interests are quite divergent, we barely talk about anything other than big stuff (bills, vacations, errands, etc.), he hasn't come on to me in years, and I don't think I'd respond to him if he came on to me today.
And it's not that I'm experiencing some sort of sexual dysfunction; I still harbor deep cravings and I see men all the time I'm attracted to in that way.
So maybe I should just be happy with what I have ... —To Leave or Not to Leave Submit Your Own Question to a Therapist Before I jump straight to the heart of your question—to divorce or to not divorce—I’d like to take a moment and encourage you to consider some intermediate steps.That higher sex drive translates, among other things, into being more direct with men.The more mature women may be interested in dating a younger guy out of sheer curiosity of what it feels like dating someone younger, and also because usually younger guys are more “agile,” active, energetic.There are some other compelling reasons for why older women are more attractive to younger guys.And of course, it’s not a secret that women in their thirties and forties have a much higher sex driver than the ones in their twenties.That seems unfair, and it does not honor the relationship you have shared these many years.