Q&A What's Left to Do at This Point?

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I am a betrayed wife. We are 18 or so months out from D-day. We have done EMSO, are doing M4L, we have seen a therapist. I have worked very hard at my recovery. This whole ordeal has changed me as a person. My husband, not so much. He does the bare minimum. I have just become numb. Every time I see a little glimmer of hope, where he makes a promise to do recovery work, he does not follow through. The disappointment at times is the only emotion that is still overwhelming. At this point I can only believe that he can only offer lip service. I ask for things to help me restore the broken trust, but again he does the bare minimum. I am just not sure how much longer I can continue to live with the feelings that I am not worth the work he needs to do to save our marriage. At what point do I say enough is enough? Any suggestions?

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