Re: Husband has fallen out of love with me :(
Im not saying right off the bat, that H may be a bad guy, but if this all took place without a lot of history...make sure its not "greener grass" that has him feeling less about you.
You really did not write much about any history, ongoing issues, potential "other influences" etc so not much to really go on.
In my opinion we almost all arrive at this point purely do to lack of open HONEST communicaiton.
This is missing otherwise even if he'd left you'd be saying well "I understood the problem but was just not able to do anything about it". So.... at this point, breathing is good but its also a point where if it was bad, the breath may feel really good and motivation to work it out could dwindle. Definately break whatever cycle you have going on. You (in my opinion again) need to test his willingness to really sort this out. To me, once you reach this point is evidence you dont have the skill to do it yourselves SO counseling is in order. This is also a good way to test that willingess. If you explain you will do your part and whatever it takes, would he?
Communication skill is paramount, even if you end up separate really understanding each other will make it very much better.
DIE TO THE PAST EVERY MOMENT - TWC