Q&A Should We Keep Talking about the Affair or Move On?

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We are 8 months past D-Day #2, and have completed EMS Online. My husband says he is completely worn out from having to discuss the affair, and my continued trauma from it. I tried to offer limiting it to only 1-2 days per week, but he still says he feels that the more we discuss it, the longer it will take to get over it. From my end, I know that is not true. I need to be able to get my feelings out in order to heal. For him, I know he is very uncomfortable lingering in bad emotions, and would much rather sweep them under the rug. He has now said he wants to move out unless we can start moving forward and stop living in the past. I love him. I want to save my marriage. Have you ever seen this be successful?



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