How old are you and your husband? any kids involved? Rent or own?
23 & 25 is fairly young still to know what you really want out of life. So I guess I can understand why you have this feeling of wanting to go have fun.
Even if you both are a perfect match (no fighting--get along great--enjoy the same things) you can't be home-bodies either.
So maybe that might be part of what you are missing, and so much that you are taking it to wanting to go out since you are not happy at home. Cause you do love your man as you say you do. But I would get bored if all hubby and I did was work and came home.
If you really want to make this work you need to talk to hubby and explain that you need to go out and have contact with other people too. Which would hopefully include mutual friends.
Since you don't have kids yet, you both should be enjoying your time as a couple.
But do remember, even if you were to "see" someone even if it's kissing or going all the way, you are putting your hubby in danger too. There are too many std's out there to mess around and that would not be fair to him.
And if you get into that situation you may not be able to say no, so in that case... don't even put yourself in that situation.
You may find someone you can have a lot of fun with. But just remember that saying.. The grass is not greener on the other side....
So in short... you do have a choice, try to work things out and make a family with you two... or go see what else is out there. But each relationship starts out great because they are all new and have that great butterfly feeling and excitement about them... but at one point you will be at the same point as you are with hubby now. Just need to try and figure out why you are fighting and work on those fights and go out as a couple and do things that you use to do when you were dating.. for that is what brought you together in the 1st place.
Even though you still have years yet to go.. just remember you should have something in common w/your spouse because as one point in your life.. the sex won't even matter.
Good luck and let me know if you need anything else.
I am sorry about your situation. My thoughts are with you.
"I have been married for two months, living with him for a year and a half, and have been with him for almost two years. Our marriage is bad, constant fighting. We began fighting about two weeks into our relationship."
I would venture to say that the reason why you are fighting is because your relationship has changed.....from friendship to marriage - the two of you need time to adjust. This is natural. Both of you are trying to defend your own position. There is a good article written (see link below......I'm specifically refering to "Rude awakenings after marriage") which may help put things into proper perspective for you:
Putting Romance Back Into Marriage
Your thoughts about cheating is a defense mechanism and to help keep the thought/feeling of love alive in your heart and soul - which is also natural.
I would be open and honest with your husband now - let him know about your thoughts on cheating. There's a saying "one thing leads to another" thus, keeping something like that from him so early into your marriage can very well spoil your marriage for the future!
My best to you both.
Peace, Love & Happiness,
The Mystic Wave