Q&A Should I Consider Counseling?

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My spouse offered to go to counseling to work on the issues of our marriage but still wants a divorce. He claims he wants to do counseling to learn how to better co-parent but I am concerned he is still with his affair partner. How do I move forward or even consider counseling when he is still being unfaithful and does not even recognize it as an affair? The thought of him blatantly having an affair yet still wanting to work on a co-parenting relationship really confuses me. To me it feels like he wants the best of both worlds. I had always wanted to go to counseling during our 15 years of marriage so his offer for it now seems like it has some sort of motive. We are in the process of divorce.



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