Our expert says:
Its common that families develop serious conflict when they get too physically close and se too much of each other.
Now, you've had an unfortunate experience with this other guy, and regret it - don't beat yourself up about it, though ; learn from it and move on.
Why haven't you and your husband got into marriage counselling - TOGETHER ? Sounds like its high time that Mom moved out. Counsellors do help, but sometimes you need with them to explore uncomfortable territory, so one isn't always joyful after every session.
Sorry, but I think it awfully sad when a married couple, or even simply actual genuine friends, communicate with each other by Facebook. Face to face is ALWAYS better. I don't understand the rationale for him seeing a counsellor alone - where the problem is within the relationship, it's usually better for both to be involved together in finding solutions.
Why is he making some connections to the past ? Maybe out of nostalgia for safer times, when he isn't finding the present so pleasant ?
Yes of course the relationship can work again, so long as you both want it to, and work with proper help to accopmplish this
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