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I can't share all my problems with my husband.iam suffering from sever problems from my childhood.am very sensitive. My husband is very good person but very rash.I don't have support from my mothers home.so my husband always point out this but he fulfills all my needs. He hates my mother.am unable to digest this behaviour.his way of talking will be in such a way that if their is a small disturbance between us than I will be crying for the whole week.am having 8 months baby girl.am fed up with my husbands behaviour.now a days am getting the thought of committing suicide always.daily am crying.what about my daughters situation if I die.getting depressed day by day.always am crying why am crying am not able to understand. All my feelings are in my mind only.am feeling very lonely.
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Ms. Hema Sampath
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Hi,  what I your childhood problem which you have not mentioned.  I feel the way you have described you both better meet a Counselling Psychologist as a femily counselling and speak about everything about each other  and clear your issues neutrally
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Dr. Sharanabasappa A
Psychiatrist 7 yrs exp Bangalore
Hello, don't think of suicide, every problem has a solution for it but we need right approach to solve it , suicide is not the solution and you have 8 months baby. Here you need to face the things not to run away from it, there might some problems which appears small one which your explanation that your husband behavior,you tell him bcz his behavior you are disturbed and some times people unknowingly they will talk or behave like that. First make your husband try to understand your problems if things work's out it will be fine, if not consult good psychiatrist he/she will help you.
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