My Doctor boyfriend is always working and I don’t know how to tell him I can't put up with it any more. Thank you so much for your advice.
The best advice I can give you is to authentically communicate your feelings with your boyfriend and not at your boyfriend. For instance talking at your boyfriend and saying something like, "I hate how much you work and I cant take it anymore!" will not be very productive as it may ignite a defensive response from him.
Losing the spark or passion in a relationship is a very common issue many couples face. The first step is to communicate with your partner your desire to reignite the passion. Often, just by sharing with your partner your desire to do so will get the passion started. The second step is to look for little ways to incorporate the passion back into your everyday life together. For example, put a little sticky note that says something like, "You are so hot" or " I can't wait to be in your arms" in a place he will find it when he least expects it. Another idea
I have a hard time trusting people especially my boyfriend-he got drunk and cheated on me a year ago. He has done everything he can to make up for it but I can't stop focusing on it. How do I get past this?
Most people with trust issues will continually attract partners or situations that will play out that trust issue. For example, a woman who was raised by a father who openly cheated on her mother will pick men who cheat on her. The answer to how you can get past this is to start with discovering where your trust issue began. From there you move into healing the issue.
I love my husband who is 15 yrs younger but we always argue about his laziness and being out of work. Do you think we can salvage our marriage?
I know that for any marriage, when each partner is willing to salvage the marriage, it can happen! In your question, however, it was not mentioned if your husband wants to save the marriage. I would suggest you start here. Talk with him and find out where he is in your marriage. If you both are willing