Our expert says:
If he is your husband, why did you resign "in the hope" that he'd sponsor your further schooling, rather than with full certainty that he would, having discused this with him and gained his agreement ? And I am bothered by people ( often men ) who remember all the privileges their "tradition" allows them, and none of the responsibilities, who treat their tradition like a buffet salad bar, where they pick out only the pieces that suit them --- that's not really genuinely respectful of the culture. And they usually ignore the expectations the same culture would place on them, which usually would not include partying till 2 am. And it does sound as though he is takin advantage of your vulnerable situation which he helped to create, and that is no fair.
Marriage counselling could help, but I doubt that he would agree to it, as he knows he could be in the wrong. What do other readers suggest in a situation like this ?
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