Question: Hi Ma’am, After my marriage my wife and I together decided to get to know each other first and …
Question: I love my father’s sister’s son, we have had an 8-year-long relationship. Now he is confused between me and …
You all urgently need some emotional care, and skills to deal with the situation that you have described.
At the outset, move away from the language of blaming; it makes it hard to put things in perspective.
If you are largely happy with your life, and you are not pinpoint when and why the blues started, you need to look deeper.
A lot of parents struggle with processing challenging emotions, especially in cultures like India, which are highly honour based.
Doing business is tough, period. Doing it with someone you love is even tougher. His or her actions will affect not only your finances, but also the romantic aspect of your life.
It would be of great value to both of you to have an open communication about your fears and concerns.
It may be important for you to not consider open marriage as a permanent thing.
You are going through a really tough time at the moment. I can imagine it may have disorienting effects on you and undermine your confidence to deal with your situation and gaining more control over your life than you feel you have currently.