Our expert says:
Marriage counsellign would surely be a good idea, and it might enable him to recognize that what he did was wrong, and to then threaten suicide only increases the burden you are having to carry, and continues to display selfishness and to be manipulative. If he insists that the other woman is entirely responsible, and feels wrongly accused, he is probably inaccurate --- but should then welcome the idea of marriage counselling as a forum within which he might think he can justify himself and help you to understand him --- but it can of course also be a forum within which he will have to recognize the ramifications of what he did, and understand your very realistic and sicnere point of view. FAMSA, which should be listed in your phone book, can help you find a marriage counsellor. GOod luck
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