Our expert says:
Hi Lucy, <br>This must have been really frustrating for you. THis family reminds me of a very old song, which had the chorus : " She brings her father, her mother,<br> Her sister and her brother,<br> Oh I never see Maggie alone,<br> She brings her uncles and cousins,<br> She's got 'em by the dozens,<br> I never see Maggie alone ... " <br>People who demand that they must be respected, need to take care to behave in ways that deserve to be respected. And no woman, EVER, should be expected to respect a man who is cheating on her. And of course being pregnant now makes the situation even more difficult for you. Don't even think of suicide --- why punish yourself for his bad behaviour ? Divorce or at least separation could, I see, be tempting. Is it not possible, between events, to talk calmly with him, and maybe even also with both families, and arrange for him to join you in proper, expert marriage counselling ? If it helps, to get his agreement, for you to have them all see this as a way for him to work with the assistance of the counsellor, to sort out the problems he insists YOU are causing, so be it --- no competent counsellor would actually take sides like that, but once he is committed to the process, the counsellor can be even-handed in identifying the real source of the problems, and help you to work together towards finding proper solutions for them<br>
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