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Question by Gina
Submitted on 2/17/2004
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I was married seven months ago after dating my husband for over a year.His family is very disrespectful and judge mental of me. Even before I meet them.  One example of what i feel was disrespect is OK. once I was gone to my mom and no one was home here and my husband mother invited his ex wife over and took the spare key went inside the house and took some things of his daughters all this was done without asking and there is a lot of other things such as this that I believe is an absolute wrong. I have tried talking to him and tell him how I feel.He was taking up for me and doing what he could. Now his parents moved into a place next door an live next to us half the time and in there other home the rest of the time . the whole time they are here they are constantly doing these types of things. I ask if we could move but I was told no . My husband spends all his time with them because they call at all hours of the day and night wanting something. Its even got to the point to where is saying he don't love me and want a divorce.I don't want to end marriage and I don't know what to do.does anyone have any suggestions for me. I desperately need some help here...

Answer by shanota
Submitted on 2/25/2004
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just tell him how much you love him and let him know how uncomfortable that this is making you feel . that he married you . And that in his vales that it states to forsake all others and that let no man or women come between you . but you are feed up with it , and then if it does keep going on cansault a marriage councler .


Answer by galloola
Submitted on 12/28/2004
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If you husband is telling you he does not love you then there is a deffinate problem. In no way shape or form should a spouse tell you that they do not love you. I do not advicate divorce but if he is saying these things to you maybe you should seek a marriage counselor or better yet find a good church that teaches salvation and let jesus take care of your problems.


Answer by 0Ml9xc0Vjz
Submitted on 10/25/2006
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Answer by number 3
Submitted on 11/14/2006
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Tell him it's time to be a man and put you first in his life.The bible says in Ephesians chapter 5 I beleive(" for this cause shall a man leave his father and mother and cleave to his wife")I live with a 46 year old man that adores his mother and won't do anything that might dissappoint her. he can't be emotional or have an intimate relationship with me at all.All his emotions belong to mommy.


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Submitted on 12/3/2006
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