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His mum can't decide whether to nag us about having kids, or try to break us up!

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Question - (29 May 2005) 1 Answers - (Newest, 29 May 2005)
A , anonymous writes:

Hi,

My question is I have been married for 3 years and it seems my husband has changed overnight. Before he was like my best friend and now it seems like he's not interested in me. I have been married before andI also have a child.

When I told him, it didn't matter to him as he loved me for who I was. When his mother found out she wasn't too happy, we still got married even though she didn't really agree. Every time hes mother is in town she is always trying to cause trouble between us. Her new thing is to ask when are we having kids and don't you think that she's getting old. As I am in my mid thirties, he is putting a bit of pressure on me too. I think we are not emotionally or finacially ready for this and I don't want to be a single parent again, raising the child on my own. It is causing a lot of problems and we are drifting apart. She is doing anything in her power to break us apart and also tries to control me when she is over. please please help!!!!

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A reader, anonymous, writes (29 May 2005):

You should sit down with both your husband and your mother-in-law and talk it out in front of both of them. Tell them exactly how you feel and be totally honest. Show your mother-in-law that you really do love her son and try and establish a friendly relationship with her. Tell your husband your fears and see what he says. Remember honesty is the best policy! However try not to be confrontational or it could make things worse

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