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I believe it's a common problem for people living in another country, good you speak it out.|
If you do love your husband and vice versa, then you have to put him to the highest priority. Love and responsibility always come in pair, don't make any unilateral decision without communicating with your husband. I'm sure your family, I mean parents and siblings, miss you a lot. But their love to you is unconditional and generous, they will feel happy as long as you are happy. If your marriage does have more serious crisis than what you described, then don't let it affect your decision that much.
I understand your feeling that at certain point, people start to tire of many things, looked as though only the things in memory are sweet. Forget the illusion, is China still the same China like ten years ago? Are you friends still the same people like before? Yes, you can go back to the past places, but never able to go back to the past times. They are long gone with the wind.
We are lucky that communications become more and more convenient. If you can't persuade your husband move back to China, at least you can spend more of your holiday in China, with family, doing sort of things you dream about. It's not a big deal, a plane can take you across the ocean within half day.