Our expert says:
Most such "phases" are inventions and excuses. Yes, like a woman but with different dimensions, a man does need to re-adjust to the reality of a pregnancy and the prospect of fatherhood. But that isn't enormously difficult, and he can see a counsellor if he's really finding it very difficult for some reason. And he isn't going to get through this "phase" by going out jolling with pals. Maybe he sees fatherhood as the end of his carefree youth, but that, too, is no real excuse. NOt to be around and caring even more about YOUR adjustments and problems than his own, is immature and unmanly. IS there any way to talk him into joining you in marriage counselling ?
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