I had an ED a year ago and my hubby helped me get over it. He was very supportive and was wonderful. With his help, I was able to overcome my problems. Recently, I guess the ED started creeping back up. My husband has realized that the signs are back and he has told me he can't take it anymore. He is not happy with me. And he has even said he does not care about me anymore. He says he loves me but I feel like I've lost him for good. He has totally pushed me away...he is so distant now and so cold. I know it's my fault and all I want is to make things better. I am seeking help for my ED by a therapist on the 31st so I know I am on the right track. but has anyone gone through this with their loved ones? Please let me know what I can do to get him back.
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