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Feed up by mother. In law
Hi I m feedup by mother in law...I even dont have patience to tell ..so I m just telling example..today my mil and I both are not well ...so I told let's take rest we will order from outside...even we need holiday...then she started saying we are not working hard as male in the family...we lady our self think we are low then male ...this lead to argument...I just want a break from all this...I even have load of 2 kids .online classes etc...I m suffering a lot mentally...I belive both are equal...even if my husband take care ofkids  here its a mistake...I m really exhausted...if I say I want to go to moms place...there say husband and wife needs to stay at one place ...really some times I feel to die
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Hello this is a very serious problem your facing which has immediate and long term effects..once In a while getting break down is common for everyone but if it becomes a daily hassle then you need to find other alternatives to the problem.  I would suggest marital counselling for you and your husband because if husband is understanding and takes a stand then such issues hardly arise.. It would be better if you both take marital counselling and if you don't feel better with that you can be started on medications if required!
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Consult a clinical psychologist for councelling
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Hello! Calm down i can totally understand your problem and the distress you are in. Unfortunately there is no way by which we can change your mother in law but now because of her you are in distress so let’s resolve the distress. I think few sessions of CBT with few medications will help you to deal with this problem of yours.
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Seems more of adjustment issues Psychotherapy should help
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