is he just being a guy and letting his hormones take over?

Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Female
My husband separated with me almost two months ago, we have 3 children together and I want to get back with him and try to work things out for my own personal being and for the childrens sake. I love this man with all my heart but we are two different in many ways. After he left the house he started being the person that I wanted to be with dedicated to his line of work, coming in earlier than 10 pm, not going out, getting up earlier than he did when he was with me and attending church. Now why is that I wanted him like this when we were together and he wasn't. I talked him into coming over at 11:30 to have sex and it took him and whole day to respond to my want. He told me theday that I asked him to sleep with me, he told me that he wants to but he doesn't want to because he has made up his mind about leaving me. Well the next day he calls and is only 5 to 6 blocks aways from my house, he carries on a conversation with me and I ask him again to have sex, he comes over and doesn't want to but as I grabbed him to hold him he gives me the most sensual kiss just like the first time we met. Do you think that we will get back together or is he just being a guy and letting his hormones take over? Advice
Yes, he is being a guy and letting his hormones take over.

But the question is whether that is all he is doing. Not knowing the details of the separation it is difficult to judge what is going on in his mind.

My best advice is to seek counseling at least for yourself and hopefull for the two of you.

A divorce can be financially disastrous, so you should also see a lawyer.

Good luck!

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