Our expert says:
Its of course not at all reasonable of him to try to forbid her to get help from a maid or nurse. Wat would happen if she went ahead and got at least a maid to help her share the workload ? What if, as Fristy suggests, she got a maid to help her by doing everything else, and still reducing her workload ?
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