Hi again, Milena.
It's very common for men to either never agree to go or to go once and then say they are not going back.
If you are talking positively about trying to make another go at a relationship and he wants this as much as you, that should be reason enough for him to try going to a therapist. Let him choose who he wants to go to, and you can help by looking up names in the phone book, calling up and finding out if these therapists or counselors specialize in couples counseling and if they will see the ex-husband alone, to get to the root of the problem, because you would like to reconcile, but he needs to make some changes, first. I would suggest a man as opposed to a woman counselor for him. He should feel more comfortable speaking to a man.
If you present him with a list of people you have already checked out, it might hekp push him to go and try again. If he wants to get back together with you, you can use that as the best reason for him to go, so you can both 'improve' yourselves for your new start.
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