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Depression and irritation

I'm married for 5 years and have kid of 11month old.e and my husband staying in bangalore while my mother in law stays in native. My in law treats me in such a way that I don't have my own personality at all and must follow each and every word of her without second thought. If she comes to our place or we go to native, she just wants to rule over me. If I oppose which I don't like or if I put my opinion front she reacts too much and creates seen and quarrels. And my husband always will be on her side and never support me. Sometimes he even get angry on me of this and always tells me to be quite. Whenever I talk back to her she leaves our home and goes to native. she tells to my husband that I'm so rude that's why she's leaving. This makes our relation worse and cold war will be started. this makes me depressed and crying all night. and now I am feeling irritated by small things and get angry soon. I feel irritated if she is with me even, because of all this.I'm totally confused.help
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Ms. Hema Sampath Bangalore | Clinical Psychologist
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Hi, I think it's some understanding problem as a trio and some mis_understanding the communication. Consult a Post_Marriage counsellor or a Family Counsellor and I am sure you will.lve a happy married life.
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Dr. Swapna Patker Mumbai | Clinical Psychologist
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This is a classic problem . Your major focus should be your child's health and well being ; also your mental and physical health is equally important. There are some things, relations and situations you cannot change. You must learn to adapt them and add humour to your life. Don't get upset, enjoy the funny part of it. Getting depressed does not solve problems, but ignoring stressful thoughts helps a lot. priorities your child and yourself. The moment you realise that this irrigation is not worth it, you will ignore the issues. Enjoy the best days with your child and your husband.
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