Q&A How Can We Move past Resentments and Heal Our Marriage?

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I am a betrayed husband and have been working hard to reconcile with my wife, but she hasn't seemed willing to put in the work. She says "I love you, but I'm not in love with you". She has admitted she resents the way I was before her infidelity, but I have recognized my faults and changed for the better. Unfortunately, she hasn't been willing to work on the things that made me want to disengage. I feel like I have been doing all the work, even though it was not me that was unfaithful. How can I help her get past her resentment towards me and work to repair our marriage?



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