For some women they begin to suspect that their husband's feelings have changed over time.
He may seem less attentive and the two of them just aren't spending as much time together as they once did.
If this is the case with you and your spouse you may be worrying about where the relationship is heading.
Instead of anticipating what may happen in the future, a much better way to handle the situation is to do everything you can to reestablish the closeness you two once shared.
You can keep him in love with you, if you know exactly what to do.
Relationships have a habit of changing over time.
When you and your husband first married you two may have been free spirits who could spend much of your time focused solely on one another.
The daily stresses of life change that and your attention has likely drifted to work, household and family matters.
You may be paying a little less attention to your husband.
This can actually start to manifest itself into resentment.
If your husband is feeling resentment towards you, the love he feels is going to be overshadowed by that.
If you want to keep him in love with you, make a point of focusing exclusively on him at times.
If you plan times for the two of you to be together without distraction he'll feel special and valued again.
Keeping your own interests is another way to keep your husband enthralled with you.
Men love a woman who is independent and who has things she can focus on.
Your husband will find you much less interesting if you shift your life so that it mirrors his.
Men want you to have your own friends and hobbies.
If you want to keep him in love with you, focus on the things you really enjoy doing and don't become too dependent on him.
He wants to feel as though his wife leads a rich, full life that includes him not centers completely on him.