Hello everyone. The first session did not go very well for me. The counselor is an ordained minister, and all he seemed interested in talking about was trying to repair the marriage that she walked out on. He had a similar experience with his first wife,and we connected on that, but did not seem to understand why I came to him for help. He wants me to try and get her to come with me the next time that I see him, so he can talk to her. Said if she wont come then we will do more individualized counseling for me. He talked more about his own experiences than trying to help me sort out my feelings. Maybe he was just trying to get me comfortable with talking to him? Tell me what you guys think. He really has me confused as to how this is going to help me.
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