Question by sigh!: Am I wrong to ask my husband to go to marriage counseling?
He says he doesn’t believe in marriage counseling, so he won’t go. He said it’s “out of the question”! When I suggested private counseling for myself, he said “that’s for crazy people and I don’t want to be married to a crazy woman”. I’ve changed as a person in the respect that I’m sort of rediscovering myself. He hates it and wants me to revert to the way I used to be. I don’t want to. Am I being selfish? Was I wrong to ask him to consider counseling?
Answer by mel_mel_tx
if marriage counseling is something that you feel with help the marriage..then totally. Counseling gives you both the time separately and together to talk to someone else about the problems. Its better to talk to a professional then to talk to one of your friends about some issues because friends usually take sides. You can take friendly and get good advice.
It’s better to go to a professional then to let it sit and ruin the marriage. Better to start early.
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