Our expert says:
There seem, judging from the messages I see here, to be too many boy-husbands, still more deoted to partying with their pals than to realizing that they are now supposed to be a grown-up man with adult responsibilities to his wife and family. Understanding the psychologiy of it in his particular case could only be done by a therapist seing and assessing him, and wouldn't really help you to deal with the problems that arise. I gather he has lost his father, who could have been a useful restraining influence --- is his mother still alive, and could she help ? Or any other more senior members of his family who could remind him of his responsibilities and the need to become more of a man and less of a kid ?
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