Dear Sister ...
I don't know that there's a lot that YOU
can do that would make him want to go to counseling ... except for maybe one thing ... more on that in a moment.
What I would suggest is that YOU
go ahead and go without him ... if for no other reason than to give you a resource and a place where your own fears, anxieties, frustrations and doubts can be aired ... and addressed. You need to find someone that you can talk with ... someone who can give wise, Christian counsel during this difficult time in your marriage ... another Christian woman that can act as your "accountability partner" ... someone who will act as your sounding board, mentor ... and spiritual adviser ... to keep you focused on the LORD
... and His Plans for you ... let Jesus be a more comforting presence in your life, to guide you, reassure you, nurture you through the present storms in your life ... give all of your pain and heartache to HIM
... He will not forsake you ... He will be your strength ... He will boost your spirits and strengthen your FAITH
... and HE IS THE ONLY ONE WHO CAN WORK IN YOUR HUSBAND
and show him where he needs to be.
May you feel God's Presence and reassurance in your life immediately ... and through His presence, may your Husband come to see Jesus ...
Stay Strong in the Lord, Dear Sister