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I am living in multicultural relationship . My husband is Hindu , he was born in India and moved to uk to study . I was born in Poland and moved with my parents whe I was 13 for a better future. I am currently 30 weeks pregnant and it's getting really difficult for me to cope with other people. There are critics everywhere I move. I thought this baby will bring happiness and relief for me and others but instead it makes me feel really vunreable . Don't get me wrong , I am thrilled for this pregnancy . First issue always starts with my parents, commenting on everything we do. Rarely positive. Everything we do is either bad, or inappropriate. Me living with my brother and sister in law doesn't suit them. It doesn't make me happy either and they use it as an opportunity to **** my head. I try to accept my life and move on, just to save myself from all this negativity and be happy in marriage. Next thing which every single person from my side comments on is the name we have chosen for the baby. It's Hindu name. Everyone comments why not English. Me and my husband chosen this name , we are happy, but everyone stands against. Why baby is going to be Hindu. We are planning to go to India when baby will be 5 months nobody likes this idea from my side. I have no support sometimes I feel suicidal , I know I will not do it but I want some pain relief. The longer I'm married the more difficult it is for me. My husband doesn't care beds we mainly do what he's happy. I am not happy. I want everyone to stop comment. Fight my way through instead drown . Please help.
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It is to refine your edge and show your bright side. Many people has misconception but the reality is infront of them. They just need to keep their heart open to see how wonderful life is.

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