Our expert says:
Try calling your local branch of POWA or some similar agency aiding abused people. Absolutely right to cae for yourself first ; and if your husband is abusive to a significant extebnt, d not underestimate how difficult ( and unlikely ) it is that he will change. Meanwhile, it's good that he is seeing a counsellor, and one hopes he is dealing seriously with alcohol anger and abuse issues. FAMSA might also be able to advise on whether there are capable counsellors within reach of you who would be less expensive.
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