Our expert says:
Maybe he'd be more interested in joining you in counselling if he didn't see it as an acusation that he had something wrong with him that needs fixing, but if he saw it more as a useful way to help you both deal with problems in the reelationship, and for him to help you with the problems you have been experiencing.
Have you ever thought, for instance, that he may indeed work hard and arrive home feeling tired, and that he actually wants to go to bed to sleep, and not for a deep philosophical discussion or burining issues
I wonder whether maybe you are not each rather controlling, each in your own way, and the two ways clash ? But anyhow, in a calm discussion, maybe at the weekend when he has less reason to complain of feeling too tired, explain that it is fruitless for the relaionship to continue as it has been, and you would like to sort things out with him, which would need to be with a counsellor, or, if he is unwilling to work on fixing things, then maybe you'd better leave him, in a friendly but final fashion, hoping each of you could then find so meone more compatible ?
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