It has been six months of my marriage and I am getting so much heartbroken and emotionally weak. Since the first day of my marriage, my husband has had some or the other issue like trust, with the clothes, my siblings, and my friends. He hardly cares for me, no love is there between us. Over it, my in-laws are also very much interfering. At this point, I do not know what should I do. Because with such circumstances it is not possible for me to be in this relationship. But somewhere I feel can the circumstances change. Please help.
I completely understand that you feel disturbed due to your partner-related problems. Every girl faces challenges at the start of her marital life. For some girls, it may be difficult to adjust to the new partner/ family. Some of them get adjusted after spending time with in-laws and understanding them. Major problems that arise between couples are due to communication problems e.g., not discussing the issues directly with the partner, assuming that your partner must be thinking like this, lack of communication/not talking about the problems, or ignoring them. This may lead to 3rd party involvement such as in-laws start interfering because they see partners are unable to resolve their issues. I suggest you some of the strategies which may help you and your partner resolve marital issues. Take couple counseling from a psychologist and learn effective communication skills to sort out daily life issues. Directly communicate the problems with your partner before discussing them with any third person. Share your real feelings with your partner such as how much you feel concerned about your relationship, how much you love or care about your partner, etc. If communicating any negative feeling e.g., anger hurtful feelings, focus on your tone of voice and body language. A polite talk with the next person can resolve many problems even if you communicate your negative feeling, but the key is your polite and low tone and saying words that are similar to your internal or real state. E.g. if you are saying to your partner I love you and saying it with grimaces and a loud voice this is not going to communicate your real feelings and the next person will believe in your body language, not the words, which will definitely leave a negative message. In this scenario, if you are trying to resolve the problem by crying or shouting, this will even worsen the problem instead of doing something positive to your relationship. Tell him that you feel to resolve the issues, and wonder if your circumstances can change. Think about something positive in your relationship and tell your partner. For instance, praise his good qualities and anything you like in your partner. Spend time with your partner talking about each other and planning something that you both enjoy. It can be an outing, working together on home chores, laughing/talking together, making love, or anything that you both prefer to do. As you spend time, figure out the reasons for disagreement or conflicts between you and your partner. Start working on the issues to resolve the problems. Remember, problems are a part of life, so every time you face a problem, just apply a problem-solving approach. Apply above mentioned tips and techniques. If you face difficulty or further need assistance, you both can directly go to a psychologist's office and ask for couple counseling.
Detail about the kind of trust and other issues you are facing with the partner.
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I suggest you work on your relationship or start proper treatment as soon as possible. Delay in treatment often results in worsening of relationship and the consequences may be negative.
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I hope this information is helpful to you. Do take follow-up if you feel the need.
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