If you've been fretting over the question " Will my wife ever love me again?", you are definitely not alone. Some men feel trapped in a loveless marriage. Others have already split from their wives but miss them terribly and want things to go back to the way they used to be. Whatever the situation, it is possible to bring back the love you once shared with effort, persistence, patience and time.
First of all, before answering the question of "will my wife ever love me again", answer this question: Has she told you that she doesn't love you anymore. If she hasn't told you this and she hasn't left you, then chances are she still does love you but is going through some other issues that are making her cold or distant. This is a different case than loss of love and needs to be treated differently.
But if you are sure that your wife doesn't love you, and you're sure you want her love back, there are several things you can do that may help you with this. First of all, you have to admit that your current situation didn't happen overnight. This is usually a very slow process that starts when communication breaks down and just continues getting worse. At some point, you will have to work on communicating again. This is what will keep your marriage and love alive. But it might not be the first step you take.
For example, if your wife has insisted that she just needs some time or space, then do not start going on about how you need to start communicating more. She will not accept that at this point in time. Instead, give her the space she needs right now. Don't ask her how much time she needs or give her a "deadline". Let her know that you are willing to accept this distance for now. This is an important step for many reasons.
First of all, it shows her that you are strong enough to let her go and go on without her for a while. Second, it gives her the chance to see if she misses your constant presence. Remember that you can give her space even if you are living under the same roof. Treat her as if she is a colleague at work. Be cordial and friendly, but not intimate. This distance works especially well if you have been begging, clingy, or demanding until this point.
That type of behavior tends to push people away even further. But now by doing the opposite, she can really compare what it is like to have you there for her and what it's like for you to be absent. This in itself is very powerful. During your time "off", make sure that you take care of yourself, eat well, exercise if possible, get enough sleep (even if it's on the couch), and take time to go out with your friends, spend more quality time with the kids, or just spend some time alone.