Our expert says:
One should never enter on a long-term relationship assuming that the other person will ever change for the better. Rarely it may happen, but consider that a bonus ; don't rely on it or anticipate it.
Anyhow, you're not to blame for him behaving selfishly and childishly. Marriahe counselling could probably help, but I guess he would refuse to take part, as he seems unduly sensitive to the idea of ever being thought to be in the wrong at all. That's not what mariage counselling is about, but its probably how he would see it.
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