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Hello and thank you for your question. His behavior of just leaving is not very healthy at all and will only make the situation worse. Him leaving will make you and your child feel abandoned, or even worse will make your child feel like this is normal and acceptable behavior. While I understand that you being distant is not helpful either, but it does not excuse your husband to leave for a night or two as that only causes him to escape instead of dealing with the problem/issue at hand. I would highly recommend for both of you to consider couples therapy to help address this issue and to work on a better form of communication. You recognize that your distance, albeit unintentional, is not the best form of communication and that may be something you can work on as well, but he also needs to work on communicating his thoughts and feelings instead of running away for a night or two (or possibly longer in the future). if you use words like "we" and "us" it may show him that you two are a team and must work on this together.
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