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    Maybe try booking a counselling appt and dont even discuss it with him. Just drive you both there? Surely that would be a wake up call. Either way, I agree that counselling on your own would help you in making any major life choices (such as separation). Good luck, I hope he comes to the table soon

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    If your dh doesn't want to go then maybe look at going yourself. They might be able to suggest things you can bring up with him.. Or maybe pack and leave for a few weeks and see if he'll try and work things out. Sometimes just having space/time away can help and work on things from a distance.


 

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