Our expert says:
That fine art of nipping bad thoughts in the bud is a life skill we all need to get better at, so well done at progressing in this regard. Its worthwhile, too, as you recognize, not to insist on trying to over-analyze the un-analyzable --- to recognize how much of what one worries so much about actually isn't worth bothering about.
And marvellous, too, that your hubby has recognized the seriousness of the addiction problem is now supports rehab as needed --- try to be sure that CBT continues and is included in that --- a CBT approach is also valuable for addiction problems.
The recent onset of a fear for / distaste for, sex, is odder. Stay off all the unhelpful substances, and discuss this with your CBT therapist, so it can be worked in to the CBT process --- to understand what are the active elements in this changed attitude, and how also for you to gain control over that.
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