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    Default My in laws are difficult to live with

    Sounds like you, your hubby and sister in law are all a little immature.

    Get your own place if you don't like living with your inlaws. Yourself or hubby could get a part time job in retail until something permanent comes along. Stop engaging in petty arguments with your SIL. Bite your tongue if your mil annoys you - until you get your own place.

    If you are depressed and need advice on housing please see your doctor. Hang in there.

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    Default My in laws are difficult to live with

    This person is here to get advice yet has not acknowledged the replies and helpful hints being given. Everyone is giving the same advice over and over.

    For the original poster, you need to ring lifeline or your local mental health service or a social worker urgently.
    Last edited by Mod-Degrassi; 28-03-2015 at 15:09.

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    @Skyler I have edited your post - your concerns have been noted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meccamega View Post
    Last week i was made to apologize to my sister in law, even thpugh i was depressed and she was insulting us. Why is this continually ok? Im seeing a counsellor but have to wait weeks to see her. Still no answers as to why they dont pressure my sister in law to have kids, when they didnt care at all that i was unemployed and depressed when i found out i was pregnant
    It seems like you're focusing a lot on the petty conflicts within your home environment rather than spending your time and energy on improving your situation. I know that it can be hard to get your head out of the day to day struggles when you're suffering depression, but you really need to shift your focus. Don't wait around for that counselling appointment before doing anything. Go to centrelink on Monday morning and find out what you are entitled to. How much time are you and your partner investing in job searching? Get your partner to seek job assistance or start handing out resumes in local shopping centres. Register with temping agencies (both of you, no reason you can't temp while pregnant).

    Bubhub can be a fantastic source of support and practical advice, it's up to you to make the most of it.

    You will both feel so much better about yourselves and provide a much better home for your baby if you can stand on your own feet.

    Good luck.

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    This is just confusing, I'm not sure what the OP is wanting to know, considering all the great advise you have been given on here, doesn't seem like you are acknowledging it.
    Or are you just wanting to vent?

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    Skyler- Lifeline is a waste of time. All they do is tell you to go to the GP. Im writing here because counselling has been so crap.

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    I still have to wait weeks to move into somewhere. And im sick of having to apologize, when this ***** doesn't.

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    Well don't apologise?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meccamega View Post
    I still have to wait weeks to move into somewhere. And im sick of having to apologize, when this ***** doesn't.
    You clearly dont like taking advice you dont like. I dont think theres much left for us to say.

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    Im sick and tired of being sent around in circles by these so called services
    Quote Originally Posted by Skyler View Post
    This person is here to get advice yet has not acknowledged the replies and helpful hints being given. Everyone is giving the same advice over and over.

    For the original poster, you need to ring lifeline or your local mental health service or a social worker urgently.


 

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