The Question and Answer section for A Doll’s House is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
From the text:
Helmer. I have it in me to become a different man. Helmer. Nora--can I never be anything more than a stranger to you?
Nora [taking her bag]. Ah,...
From the outside looking in, we envision Nora's life as being pretty much perfect. She has a beautiful home, a nanny for her children, spending money to do with as she wishes. As the play continues we see that she isn't as happy as we initially...
In my opinion, Torvald loves his wife. He treats her like a child, is blind to the things that she's done for him, and seems to take her for granted.... but I do believe he loves her.