Q&A Would We Benefit from Sleeping in Separate Rooms?

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My husband moved back in a few weeks after attending EMS in November, Although we had a few bumps in the road we were making steady positive progress. He had to go out of town for back to back trips and his behavior quickly changed and he exhibited many behaviors from his prior affairs. I felt an uneasiness after his first day away.. he had very little contact with me and was not willing to FaceTime from his hotel room and was very short with me on our conversations.. upon his return while preparing for his second trip he became withdrawn and his words were harsh. He was quick to anger and displayed contempt. He has now asked to return to our home but for us to share separate bedrooms despite us having been sharing our bed since his return. This is a trigger for me as he moved to separate room last April prior to moving out in May and moving in with his AP. He has eluded that living in separate rooms is to heal our marriage however prior to his trip he had shared how happy and content he was sharing our bed. I am struggling to see what good will come of him moving out of our bedroom to the spare room. I do not need a roommate and not sure what has caused the 180 shift in his behaviors.



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