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Suggest Ways To Deal With A Broken Relationship

Hi I am 29 years old female. I got married last year left my job my family and my country and came to stay with my husband . I have worked for 5 years and now i am totally dependent on my husband , he loves me i also love him but somehow we are not able to stay together peacefully . We always have fight on something or other I am getting frustrated with life . I want to be independent but i am not getting work visa my husband want me to have a baby because i am free. But i am not mentally prepare we are having fights daily and because of this reason we are thinking to separate. Please guide .
Wed, 23 Sep 2015
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Hi,
Thanks for posting in HCM.
I understand your concern.
Family conflicts between husband and wife is quite common issue. It can be resolved most of the times when you sit, talk, analyse and come to consensus.
If the degree of conflict is high, then both of you need to attend counselling sessions. Kindly visit a Psychiatrist or Psychotherapist in this regard for appropriate advise and management.
Hope the information provided is helpful.
All the best.
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Suggest Ways To Deal With A Broken Relationship

Hi, Thanks for posting in HCM. I understand your concern. Family conflicts between husband and wife is quite common issue. It can be resolved most of the times when you sit, talk, analyse and come to consensus. If the degree of conflict is high, then both of you need to attend counselling sessions. Kindly visit a Psychiatrist or Psychotherapist in this regard for appropriate advise and management. Hope the information provided is helpful. All the best.