Are you looking for me to tell you that you’re an idiot for dumping a man who you think could be your husband just because he’s a few inches shorter than you? Only you have the power to change what makes you feel attracted to someone.If you can get over your irrational aversion to a few missing inches and discover attraction in his other amazing qualities, then you’ll be a winner in more ways than one.What creates that attraction differs for every individual.It usually results from a combination of factors including appearance, personality, intellect, sense of humor, morals, religious convictions, etc.
There’s passion, love, fun, and maybe even an occasional “I love you.” But there’s a sneaking feeling that you’re not both seeing the relationship in the same way. If you’ve been dating for, say, eight weeks and you’ve never laid eyes on his friends or family, it’s time to start asking questions. Sure, we all get busy and sometimes work sends us places where friends and family are scarce.
2 months into our dating I realized I am just not attracted to him. I married him (knowing I wasn’t attracted to him) because I thought that over a period of time, I would start liking him.
8 months after still dating him, I married him because of what my and his family members would think if I said no. As for me, he has a great body and is a genuinely nice person but because of my lack of physical attraction, I am just not in love with him. 3 months into our marriage and now he complains that I am not physically or emotionally close to him. You say so many things in your question that are easy to dissect that I don’t even know where to begin.
I will, however, wonder what exactly is making you tick. I’m not even sure how this is possible, but I acknowledge that sometimes one can get into a relationship where passion is lacking.
It’s more that your excuse seems to ring a little hollow. I get that not everyone on earth is equally good looking, but I very much want to caution you to being too attached to a “type”.