Hi, Walt771. Is your fiancee very understanding? I hope the two of you can make it through this. The same thing happened to me a couple of years ago when I was in my late 20's. My wife was my rock and with time and patience, I became a "rock" once again. (Pardon the pun.) My advice would be to spend some quality time with her. Do something out of the ordinary for you as a couple. If you usually go out, stay in. If you usually stay in, go out. Take her to or make her a beautiful dinner or enjoy a walk. My wife and I would grab a blanket, a good CD, and a couple coffees and drive out in the middle of nowhere and park. We would climb in the backseat and just enjoy being together. I hope this helps and I wish you well along your journey. Cheers!
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