Our expert says:
Well, he can't do mind-reading. So if he feels you have stopped loving him, this conclusion must have reasons, he must be basing this on the way he interprets some of the way you have been behaving --- explore that. Maybe he's been misinterpreting something. Or it could well be that you have been acting out more unpleasantly arising from your therapy --- discuss this important issue with your therapist, focus on it specifically, and work out a better way of handling this, and of explaining it well to your husband in the meantime. From what you say, you haven't stopped loving him, at all ; but you may have temporarily stopped behaving lovingly towards him. Tell him more about how much you do love him as a "loving kind man who seems to want the best for me", and how this is an annoying and temporary aspect of your therapy, asking him to bear with you a little longer.
And recognize what your therapist has been saying --- and when you feel any tempration or impulse to sabotage this excellent relationship, stop, count to ten, and stop yourself from doing so. You can do this.
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