My wife and I have been married for over ten years and have two children ages 13 and 9. Throughout our marriage we have always been affectionate toward each other and have enjoyed spending time together either alone or with our children. About two years ago I started to notice that my wife didn't seem as into spending time with me as she had been and she seemed to be bothered by my showing affection. I really didn't think much of it, so I asked her to try and make it a point to go out just the two of us more often, and she agreed. Not too long after that she started going out more with her friends, her brother, etc. Not necessarily alot, but more than before, and still no more with me. About a year ago she quit talking to me at night after work, usually not even bothering to say "Hi Honey" when I get home from work (which she used to do every night.) I am a quiet person and don't like a lot talking, but the conversations we have are yes/no conversations, and our total talk time at night is probably less than 2 minutes. She blamed all her meetings at work for not being conversational, but at the same time mentioned how much she wanted to get onto Facebook to get in contact with people she never cared to stay in touch with before. The lack of communication and time together has really frustrated me and I'm getting really pissed off. I have sat down to talk to her, but she doesn't think there is a problem. Last fall we had planned to take a short vacation to celebrate an accomplishment at work, but when it came down to booking, she didn't want to commit to any specific dates, always finding an excuse why the dates wouldn't work. She relunctantly agreed to go when I finally told her how important it was to me. Our spring vacation was cancelled because she would always find an excuse why the dates wouldn't work (I feel like she was willing to go until the other couple had to cancel and realized it would be just the two of us.) Financially we are comfortable, so I know it's not a money issue. I feel like she constantly is choosing anyone but me. There's so much more to say, but I'm rambling.