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It can be a little difficult to know people through social media as they are at their amazing best there; pictures, videos, status updates usually is for someone else to validate them and possibly does not reflect who they truly are. And yet you call it a relationship? How?
Also, you have chosen to feel guilty for being upfront about it or take a decision to move on.
How much of emotions are invested in this ‘relationship’ or have you grown it in the mind to an extent that doesn’t even exist?
Time to introspect and evaluate:
Who is he?
How much do I know him despite speaking to him every day?
Does his thoughts and idea match mine?
How do you know that he is deeply involved?
Could just feeling lonely be the reason that the two of you are stuck in this?
I have no clue how old you are but I can tell you one thing; there is no future where there is no true love and for true love to grow, one needs to be with another person initially, investing time in one another.
In your case check if the two of you can meet and maybe things might fall into place after that clearing up many of these confusions.
Is there any reason for not wanting to be sexually intimate?
Most often this is linked to some emotional distress or filters in the mind that you are unaware of and which could be interfering in the two of you coming closer together.
A good round of talks with your partner can help you express your exact feelings to him.
What is bothering you, what you feel you don’t receive from him, why is it that you are unable to reciprocate…these are a few things that you can discuss with him.
Also, spending quality time together can ease and spruce up things a bit.
Most often, we love throwing our feelings under the rug pretending that they will go away; but they don’t, they come back to haunt you at times that you least expect them to.
So, when you feel stuck, think of what you can do to get un-stuck? What are all things that you can think, feel and do to free yourself so that you not only feel good, but you also start to focus on things that matter; like for example your career.
Comparing one human to the another and expecting them to change and be someone else; could this be one of the reasons for you to not want the sexual intimacy?
Sex is one of the dimensions in a marriage and it can bring the couple closer.
So rather than thinking of what is going wrong, focus on how you can make things work and enable your partner to join this journey of bringing back finer and joyful moments in a marriage.