Our expert says:
Sometimes you can persuade a husband who needs it, to enter marriage counselling, with the idea that its aim is to deal with the problems "with you", but of course emphasizing how his input and participation is essential in order to get such matters sorted out properly.
If the problems are not soluble, especially if he will not participate in attempting to solve them, divo4rce may be an option that would improve things for you and your daughter. It wouldn't be easy for him to use your prior depression and suicide attempt to block custody, especially if there is evidence that in recent years or at least months, this problem is receiving proper treatment and that tyou are responding well ( and make sure that this becomes true if by chance it isn't, so far ).
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