I'm a man so I guess I really shouldn't be here, but...I am in a bad marriage-my second. My first marriage broke when my wife wanted a divorce because she just wasn't happy anymore and didn't want to try counceling. Her exact words were..."If you think I'm gonna let some lousy therapsit tell me I'm wrong, you're nuts!" Okay. I never should have gotten married this time, but my ex had just got remarried, to a man that she is just miserable with, I might add, and I felt like I should do the same. I married a woman I've known for about 30 years. She goes to my church. She's a nice woman and very attractive, so we started dating. I became aware of certain issues while we were dating such as unbelievable jealousy, incredible insecurity-which kind of feed off of each other. And tons of bitterness and anger. Like a fool, I married her because I thought when she saw the kind of guy I am she will ease up a little. I don't smoke, drink, do drugs, gamble, go out with the guys-even go on hunting trips or anything like that. I work hard, go to church, cook, clean, go to the store, you name it. Long story short, it didn't get better, it got worse. I am 3 years into this marriage and I am miserable! She will absolutely not meet me halfway. She wants everything to be about her and her happiness and her comfort, and forget about anything that I might need or want. We have been to 3 different councelors who all have seen what the real issues are in our marriage just in the first few visits. As soon as they start to zero in on what the problem is, she pulls the plug because she can't take anyone telling her she needs to work on things. She likes to pick out everyone else's problems, not her own. Not sure what to do here. Been praying. She treats my daughter badly because she is jealous of my love to her. All I want is to have a woman who knows how to treat me as well as I treat her. A woman who has the guts to say "I'm sorry-it's my fault." Instead of always blaming me. Just a woman who meets me halfway would nice. Any advice from the women here?