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His wife has let herself go

His wife has physically let herself go, and he’s desperate for her to start caring

By Meredith Goldstein
Globe Staff / December 3, 2011
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Q. I have been married to my wife now for some time; we dated even longer before that. We joyfully have a family together and are saving up for a home. We are lucky to have all the comfortable trappings of a content All-American lifestyle. That being said, there’s no way around the point that our relationship has become much less romantic and physical as time has gone by.

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