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Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   Hello Dr.
I got maried in Feb 09. After our marriage Family Probm with in-laws started because of which misubnderstandings, fights started in between me and my husband.
Due to which our sex life is not going good.
I mean we rarely go for the same sometimes in a gap of 1-2 weeks.
Doctor :   hi
Doctor :  
ok
User :   please suggest
User :   what we can do to improve our married life and sex life
Doctor :  
how are the relation between you and your husband?
Doctor :  
do you communicate and share all the stress and joys?
User :   waise to its gd but he is always like I have to listen each and evary thing from his parents whether its my fault or not
User :   previously he was very supportive but now a days nothing is going gd
User :   I used to communicate with him
User :   but he dont
Doctor :   ok
User :   he is very much attached to his family,for that he can even hurt me
User :   even I am attached to my family but I consider this realtionship exclusive
Doctor :  
well, that can be solved only by doing counselling sessions involving both of you
User :   okey
User :   any other ideas
Doctor :  
until and unless teh relation becomes fine with both of you understanding each others needs
Doctor :  
both emotional and practical
Doctor :  
you cannot solve this
User :   okey
Doctor :  
married life depends on not only sexual relations, it largely depends on how each partners copes to his/her other half
Doctor :  
sexual relations plays only a small part
Doctor :  
the emotional, mental and social dependence on each other matters much more
Doctor :  
in the early mariage period, the guy is often still attached to his family more than the girl he marries
User :   hmmm
Doctor :   only when he realises that no one but the spouse is for him to stand in awhatever condition/sitaution by his side
Doctor :  
slowly he leaves his parents side
User :   hmmm
User :   okey
Doctor :  
so it is a slow process
User :   so where we can go the counselling
Doctor :  
you need to be patient and more loving towards him
Doctor :  
also the counselling along with teh couple therapy will help you both better to enjoy married life
Doctor :  
you can go for this to any psychiatrist and requset for areferal
Doctor :  
or go to a family welfare center and ask for a psychologist who specialises in this
Doctor :  
have you followed what i have said?
Doctor :   Is there any thing else I can help you with?
User :   okey
User :   yes
User :   no thanks doctor
User :   thanks alot
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :  
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User :   done
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