Our expert says:
The importasnt thing is hat, as you say, you KNOW that he loves you, and the kids. It's unwise to demand that love be demonstrated in a specific way. It's as if you two speak different languages, and though he says "I love you" in his language, you are demanding that he must say it in your language. See a counsellor to work on these issues, maybe even see a mariage counsellor together.
It also sounds as if you might be becoming depressed, so see a shrink or at least a GP for a checkup on this, and possible treatment for it
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