Our expert says:
Sounds like a gross over-reaction, almost as though he was hunting for an excuse to get angry and make demands or threaten divorce. I wonder what he himself has been up to, lately ? No court would seriously consider a marriage "irretrievably" broken after such trivial events and hysterical tantrums on his side.
I do agree that he really does seem to have problems, but he may not want to face this and may well deny he has any troubles at all.
Marriage counselling could be really useful, but only if he sincerely agreed to take part.
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