On the day of my mother’s funeral, my husband told me something that deeply hurt me to realize the cruelty behind.
Before getting married, I worked in a large company and was very respected by my boss. My husband came in later, a contract employee of the company. Fate gave us the opportunity to meet, fall in love and then return to the same home after more than 1 year of love. After the wedding day, we went back to live with our mother-in-law. However, during those months of living together, I was always pressed by my mother-in-law. She reviewed everything and asked me to become a solid support for my husband so that he could officially enter and advance in the company.
My husband’s job was not stable when I got pregnant. My mother-in-law then told me that: “Why are you not careful. My husband is not stable yet, giving birth at this time will make him miserable. If a husband leaves his wife, sooner or later he will get a divorce.” Finally, because of stress, I had a miscarriage. Losing my first child, my spirit was completely broken.
Knowing that I had a miscarriage, my mother-in-law did not comfort me but only told her son. She told my husband not to be sad because now he has to focus on getting a promotion in the company. After settling down and having children again, it is not too late. Before, my husband used to listen to his mother-in-law, so he did not take my side. He left the two women alone because defending either side was something he didn’t want.
The relationship between my mother-in-law and daughter-in-law was getting worse and worse. I gradually distanced myself from my mother-in-law and then I insisted that my husband go out because I couldn’t take it anymore. A year later, I was delighted when I found out I was pregnant. When my son was 8 months old, my mother-in-law had an accident that required surgery. My husband told me to take care of my mother and told me to take her home to take care of her.
The job is a “dark side” when many projects come at the same time and I have to take care of small children and take care of the house, so I decided to hire someone to take care of my mother-in-law. My husband initially objected, but because there was nothing he could do, he accepted. After a sudden stroke, my mother-in-law passed away. My husband and his family members blamed me for leaving my mother-in-law, so her illness got worse and she passed away so suddenly.
They see me as a “criminal”. Since that time, my husband and I have not been as happy as before. Just a short time later, I was pained to receive the news that my biological mother was found to have cancer. Since my mother was alone, I discussed with my husband to take her home to take care of her.
However, my husband dismissed the request to send his mother-in-law to a nursing home or hire someone to take care of him. My mother knew about the story and remembered the harsh words of her husband’s family to me, so she refused to come home to me. Unable to say anything more, I had to listen to my husband’s arrangement. My mother’s illness relapsed seriously and passed away next to an unfamiliar caregiver.
On the day of the funeral for my mother-in-law, my husband told me something very painful. He said to me: “Now you understand the feeling when my mother passed away.” My husband’s words were like knives that cut my heart. Do you still think that I am the one who harmed your mother? Are you just waiting for my mother to die to say those harsh words to me?
Now it’s really hard for me to accept a husband like you. Although he is a good husband and father to my children, he still harbors anger towards me. I don’t know what to do next, should I divorce or not?
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