Re: I think I'm starting to resent my husband. I wish i didnt marry him :(
It's pretty clear he's gotten comfortable. He likes having you there, but doesn't think it's necessary to still be an active participant. It doesn't mean he doesn't love you, he got comfortable.
In what ways have you tried to work on the marriage? How long into the marriage did your bitterness seep in? Once bitterness enters, every thing a spouse does becomes a thorn. You will automatically look for things in your husband to dislike.
What you focus on most, is what you move toward. Start focusing on ways to be happy, with or without your husbands help. You don't want to be a bitter, angry person, because all that will do is create misery in all areas of you life. Hate is a feeling that destroys the hater, not the hated. Tell yourself you are opening yourself to love, and it will find you. You could even try to focus on being the best wife possible, regardless of how he behaves. This means avoiding dwelling on negativity, because it will show on your face plus tone of voice. True love is giving without expecting something in return. When love is given in that manor, it is always returned.
I'm new to marriage too, and have experienced similar problems. My husband got comfortable, while I thought I was doing everything. The real problem was my ideals of what marriage should be like. So I decided to pay attention to my own attitude and thoughts. Over time, I became happy, and noticed maybe my husband isn't as dismissive as I thought. I would laugh, and smile more rather than having a bitter face. Over time my husband started to enjoy my company, and would do more affectionate things towards me.
It's worth a try!