Q&A Is My Mate Still in Limerence?

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My husband ended his relationship with the affair partner of 5 years, but won't recommit to our marriage. He has repeatedly claimed that he did not ever love his AP and and they parted without incident within 2 weeks of D-Day. He moved out of our house within 10 days of D-Day because it was "too intense" for him at home. I love my husband, but he is still ambivalent and on Friday night of EMS Weekend he said he doesn't love me anymore. Is he still in limerence? During EMS Weekend he showed much sorrow and remorse that he was never able to express prior to the weekend. During Todd and Leslie's talk he almost had an anxiety attack because he connected with Todd's story about being selfish and self-centered. He and I benefited much from the weekend and we learned to be more open and honest and I feel confident we will be able to maintain this level of openness and honesty in our communication with each other. If we are separated how can we implement the 'marriage rituals?" Should we attempt to reconnect if we don't agree with the goal or vision of our relationship? I feel lost since the weekend really didn't address how those who are ambivalent should implement what we learned.



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