Our expert says:
Sorry to hear about this, rosie. I'm not convinced that falling out of love is all that common, and it seems to mainly crop up when there's an affair or something else going on. If what you said about the problems was inaccurate, you can offer to correct it with the friends and family. If it was accurate, re-assure him that if he continues to work with you within marriage counselling, you'll be pleased to re-assure them about how well he is doing in facing and solving the problems --- that would give them more reason to look on him with respect. He should know that you needed and deserved the support of friends and family, which at that time he was not providing, while he was, rather, causing that need. But after the first excuse, don't let him use this as an excuse for not facing the problems he has caused and working to fix them. If he's not man enough to do that, then you wouldn't miss much without him
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