I have been married 8 years and unfortunately had a brief affair last year. As I'm sure you all know, no matter how brief it rips the spouses soul apart. I deeply regret what I did to my husband and family--most of all my husband and I take full responsibility for what I did. I am having a very difficult time (rightfully so) because of how bad I have hurt my husband. I am faithfully attending marriage counseling (even though he refuses), reading alot of books on repairing the marriage and what he is going thru, praying continually daily for my husband to have peace(I recently gave my life to Christ), and trying my absoulte best to be the wife he deserves. I wish I had only done the right thing and "opened my eyes" to begin with. Is there anything at all I can do to help my husband? I could care less about my feelings--I just want him to have some peace and happiness. He doesn't want to talk about what has happened, doesn't know what he wants the marriage(which I understand), he says he just wants to be left alone, we are basically living separately in the home-- I am asking for honest advice no matter how harsh. I do love my husband--I wish I would have never lost sight...Can I help him??? Thanks for any advice.
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