One of the things I admire about him post Affair is his bravery; He has fought against being vulnerable to emotions for his entire life and opposed to therapy, but since the affair he has jumped head first into the process of facing this issue and opening himself up to feeling, sharing his own and hearing other's emotions as well.
I appreciate that when I fall into one of the "bad" places(and it happens fairly often) he finds the strength and patience to pull me out.
I love that I can count on him to make good decisions for us and our family. I have learned that while I do NOT trust him in some ways, I do in others. I trust his judgement wrt our kids, our home, and our finances. We make almost all our decisions together, but if we didn't, I could trust him to do a good job.