Help. My husband wants a family dinner tonight. The counselor is encouraging us to keep connected for sake of children ( although I suspect it is really to keep us connected in a nonthreatening way for my spouse). In counseling a lot of the discussion was about relating well in front of the kids. My husband is comitted to this. I also can't help wondering if maybe he wants to see me. He did not have to ask for a family dinner. He could have just taken the kids. But I also am trying to be unavailable to him. Do I follow counselor or should I make up excuse that I am busy and let him take the kids out? My son and husband are leaving tonight for a long planned scuba diving trip for one week.
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