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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.

but I can't seem to escape this feeling that there's something more than this, and I'm seeing time slip-sliding away. What I hear you saying is that while you love your husband, have a generally positive relationship, and are companionable, you feel as if there is something missing from your relationship, something you do not want to do without for the rest of your life. What might it be like to open a dialogue that celebrates the time that you’ve had together and opens up a discussion about what you each want for your remaining years?

If you haven’t let your husband know that you aren’t satisfied with the status quo, you have not given him, nor you, an opportunity to see if your relationship can change.

reports: It’s not that polyamory is never about sex of course — I myself have said that polyamory is just as much about sex (or not) as any monogamous relationship.

Sex is part of the vast majority of adult human romantic relationships.

Imagine, however, the depth of hurt when one is blindsided by a request for a divorce with no indication that one’s partner is unhappy.

You both deserve better than that—as does your relationship.

Figuring out which path is for you should be, at the very least, a conversation rather than a unilateral decision.

These conversations can be challenging, often because we are afraid to hurt those we care about.

That seems unfair, and it does not honor the relationship you have shared these many years.

It may be that he also feels unsatisfied and doesn’t know what to do about it.

You can’t know unless you begin communicating with each other.