I have been "forced" into marriage counseling. Do to the subject matter that was brought up at the counseling last week, I am curious to get the man side of the story. I am wondering what things the men who are divorced or in the process of divorcing see as the problems in their marriages from their point of view. What thing(s) in your marriage were problems even if it wasn't the thing that brought you to the point of divorce. Remember guys, this is from YOUR view point. Thanks for giving me some insight.
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