My husband and I have been going through all the normal stages of our marriage until about a year ago- we progressed through romance, reality, childbearing and acommodating stages, we are just at the success and he tells me several months ago that he no longer loves me. He runs his own business and rarely has time for me. I make him make time for our boys, but when all is said and done the time for me is gone. I work hard and since June I have been in therapy and made alot of positive progress. Seeing I was overwhelmed and blaming him for a lot of things I shoudln't have and I have made significant changes. I have been pulling the weight I can and more, which is a lot since I work full time and we have a special needs child. I am trying to determine if I just continue to wait and see if he decides he wants to focus on us and try again or if I should try to move on. We will always be a family, the burden of us living a part would place more issue on him than me and us financially, I think he is afraid, yet I also think he can't bring himself to love me again. Any advice?
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