Q&A How Can I Show My Spouse That I'm on the Right Path to Recovery?

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Things seem to be going well our first 6 or 7 months of recovery. My husband is an addict and had multiple affairs. We completed EMS Online, my husband is in SAA, and he is seeing a general therapist. I admit that I was more worried about his recovery than my own. As of a couple of months ago, we have been fighting a lot. Last month we had a pretty nasty argument where he left for two days. I since started Harboring Hope and I am feeling alot better and working on myself. He now says that the last argument really did a lot of damage to him and he’s not sure if he can recover. He won’t even talk to me about anything that has to do with the infidelity. He changed his email password and won’t change it back. He says that the good he was doing doesn't matter to me so what's the point in doing it. He says he is indifferent to everything now. I'm not sure what to do. I've apologized many times. How do I show him that I'm on the right path now and have him hear me?

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