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What is it that you want him to do? Quality time? Does he have weekends off where you guys can spend some time together?
I wouldn't push it during the week when he's working the long hours. He's only started and needs to get into a routine, and is probably tired. Support him during this time. Hopefully things will ease up.
My husband used to work long hours from home now he has a site job where he's away for 3 weeks out of the month. I know how it feels to be lonely. Let him unwind. Don't make all your interactions negative or he will just shut you out. Find ways to occupy yourself during the week (I have a 4 year old so that's me done lol) and plan getaway's or fun things to do on his time off.
I'm not sure what other issues you had which might be adding to your feelings, but at this time when he's working maybe cut him a little slack and find your quality time outside of the working week. Sometimes just being on the couch with him or in bed after work watching a movie or talking is just as good.
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