I am coming up on a year since my husband found out I have this addiction. It was devastating to him and us as I had depleted all we had worked for our whole marriage- 22 years. He has cut me off in the bedroom for 8 months now and goes through periods of snapping at me and shutting me out, to acting loving for a short time. I am stuck between feeling awful for what I have done, shameful and distraught, but then wanting to get better and needing to feel the love that I'm not always sure I deserve. I watched the Intervention special and I was so envious of the woman who's husband was sooo supportive and loving. How have you all dealt with a significant other and their hurt, anger, blame ect... Thanks for your help
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