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I know that he still cares for me and I don't believe he's looking for a permanent escape from me or our marriage. I certainly don't get off on the idea of my husband being with another woman and I don't enjoy thinking about it, but on the other hand I don't really mind it.I had my suspicions for a while, when my husband started getting more distant, then compensating by being really attentive and caring.I have not confronted him about it, and I don't think I will. My husband and I have been married for nearly 30 years.We have two kids, but we've been empty-nesters for a while and have settled into new routines, found new hobbies, and downsized our house.At the moment I just shrugged it off and said that I was too busy.Thinking about this later I realized that I'm just not that interested in women anymore. I just graduated from college and just found a great job.The study shows that, generally, women are more invested in their relationships than men and that their happiness and well-being is more dependent upon how things are going in their intimate relationships. " I say, you shouldn't — so don't even try."Inside Out Empowerment" tells us that we have five basic needs. Men are more biologically wired as the providers and protectors. They're the ones with the skills to anticipate the needs of their partners, take care of nurturing the relationship and do the problem solving when things have gone awry.We all have them; the strength of each is unique to each individual and they appear genetically programmed.