There's no 'answer' to this question, but I think it's a good and important question at least to discuss. One good place to start (in my humble and non-professional experience) is with Dr. Gary Chapman's "5 Love Languages". Fivelovelanguages.com can offer you some insights into how good relationships can suffer when the partners involved express love and receive love in different ways. Your husband may not perceive your needs as needs or he may have needs of his own he feels aren't met. And he may be expressing love to you in ways that you don't see or perceive as being loving. That's very frustrating for both sides. Again, based on just a question there is no way to really advise you. If you are being controlled or abused, you should seek professional help. If your relationship is just in need of support and nurturing it's important for both of you to want that to happen. I wish you the best of everything in getting your relationship on track.
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