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pcod tips to overcome

By February 19, 2014 - 4:02am

Hi aal, i am new to this thread. I am in a state of severe depression as i dont know how to deal and grow up my child safely.
I am a mother of 14 months old, but i am not at all happy, i am feeling depressed as i feel guilty of separated my husband and mother in law. I am thinking to live alone and grow up my son as a single parent but i am so much worried about my son's mental health if he came to know the relationship between his father and grandmother. i am a teacher i care for the child'sdevelopment more. thinking my son's future, i am with my husband but i feel so sad that i am betrayed by my hubby. my husband and his mother had sexual relationship form my hubby's 14 th age onwards, my mother in law didn't live with her husband , she lived with her parents. My husband is the only son for her. She did not like our marriage, she made false alllegations about me to our apartment neighbours and relations and she threatened my husband infront of me to send me out of the home and for eveything he was quiet and she used to ask and describe the sexual things happened between myself and my husband. Due to her behaviour and hatred towards me ,i asked my husband what is wrong with both of you, leave me alone, he first denied their sexual relationship, but later he accepted and asked forgiveness and now i am with him trusting him but often his mother used to interfere in our relation and she wants to come and live with us . she is not acccepting her sexual relation which she had with him, she wants me to leave my husband and she is crying to everyone that she is alone because of me and she wants to live with his son and grandson. what to do, plz advize me, friends

i am diagonised with pcod recently, any tips to recover from this

By HERWriter Guide March 5, 2014 - 12:13pm

Hi again jujo

Facial hair is a pretty common symptom of PCOS. What has your doctor advised you about treating PCOS?

 You have to get your mother-in-law out of your life - she's toxic. Also, if there any way you can move closer to your family?

I hope to hear back form you!


March 5, 2014 - 12:13pm
By March 5, 2014 - 2:03am

Dear susan,

Thank you so much for your reply and guidance. I am worrying for the things happened and in a state of confusion. I am not all talking to neighbours too. Because all are thinking that i have seperated my husband and mother in law. I am living without anyone's friendship and support. And coming to Pcos it didnt improved, becoming worse, more facial hairs i am getting

March 5, 2014 - 2:03am
By HERWriter Guide March 3, 2014 - 10:33am

Hi jujo

Thanks for your post, you story is quite disturbing. 

Firstly, you need to stay away from your mother-in-law. She is having sex with her own grown child and sounds very mentally disturbed. It's not your job to fix her - remove her from your life. 

With regard to your husband, be very careful here. He will need a lot of therapy to accept and move on from his sexual relationship with his mother. I don't believe it was his fault to begin with but he needs to remove his mother from his life. When certain lines are crossed, you need to make a permanent break from your situation. Your mother-in-law wants you removed from your husband so she can live with him. This is bizarre  and highly inappropriate behavior that needs immediate attention.

Do not leave your mother in law with your son - ever. She may sexually abuse him. Your husband does not understand sexual boundaries so make sure he is not a threat to your sons physical, sexual and mental health.

With regard to PCOS, you can read all about that here:  http://www.empowher.com/condition/polycystic-ovarian-syndrome

Please stay in touch with us! How are things now?


March 3, 2014 - 10:33am

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