As an exercise, for a week or so, keep track of how much time you spend with your husband (you might also want to take note of how you spend that time). Don’t get too carried away with it, you’re just gathering enough info for an overview.
What did you learn?
(Wisely and kindly) share with your husband and get his input.
Is this enough to build the marriage you both want?
If you are unhappy about your results, how do you make for more time together? How do you want to spend that time?
Time is the coin of your life. It is the only coin you have, and only you can determine how it will be spent. Carl Sandburg
To Love, Honor and Vacuum: How to Love Your Spouse Again: When You’ve Checked Out Thoughtful advice for when you’re tapped out.
The Forgiven Wife: Do Your Feelings Control Your Marriage? Are your feelings in charge?
Mystery32: Little things, BIG difference: Hand holding A few more years and Paul and I will be one of those elderly couples still holding hands.