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It sounds like this has become very hurtful. I totally sympathize with you and would be devastated by such behavior. I have never heard of such behavior from a spouse and this does sound intentional. If he has no memory issues, then this could be a passive aggressive way of displaying another emotion on his part. He may be resentful or purposely show you that he is unhappy or angry. I would see if you can get to the bottom of why he does this. Is it a way of being disrespectful or displaying his hidden emotions. By finding out where the relationship is you can use this information to understand this behavior. Maybe the relationship is beyond repair and you need to develop rules so that you can coexist as something other than partners. When you establish the ground rules for the relationship then this won't be as hurtful. This may be his way of saying that the relationship is truly roommates. You have to determine where the relationship is and how you will socialize under that rule.
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Wow thank you for such an insightful answer. I don't expect any changes from my husband, but just reading your response makes me feel that I do have some value and I need to make the changes I know in my heart that are necessary. Thanks again.