Our expert says:
Well, counselling obviously might help him to understand further what happened, and under what circumstances, and to come to terms with the guilt he feels. What he absolutely does not deserve --- nor do you or his baby --- is his getting drunk every night. And be careful. Though you may not see him as dangerous, he showed previously an inability to deal with a relationship problem through the usual channels, and may choose a similarly or differently maladjusted way of dealing with this situation. Hence the importance of him getting into counselling. And he mustn't be allowed to think that he "doesn't deserve" help. Oddly enough that's actually a self-centred if not selfish attitude --- YOU and the baby deserve that he gets proper counselling and sorts it out, rather thyan just hiding away in a cloud of alcohol.
I also share Deubel's concerns, and wonder how he avoided prosecution last time round ?
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