Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

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Q. Hi. Please post anonymous. Thank you I want to know from single parents out there legally separated from their spouse...do you regret your child is missing the father due to parents ego, difference of opinions,etc? Is the child suffering silently? Are you mentally depressed to take entire burden on your head? Do you regret having separated...please no harsh comments, just want honest opinion to help me understand. Here i don't mean spouse is physically abusive due to which separation happened. Just that he doesn't love anymore and wants to get separated for various reasons.

Hi.. i am not a single parent but here are my thoughts nonetheless..it is indeed true that a child needs both parents love and care.. but children can feel when parents do not have a healthy relationship and that causes depression and heartache too..if living separately and continue to be great parents spearately works for an individual then that is far more better in being trapped in a relatio .....

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Q. I am a 28 years old man newly married for last two months, by profession am a school teacher. I am facing a very awkward problem with my wife. Our marriage is arranged. On the day of marriage, she suddenly faints so everyone said that it happens with girls due to excessive nervousness. But it took my attention when I found that she is frequently fainting again and again. I have visited psychiatrist she said there's no problem with her. I have visited neurologist as well. He also said your wife is absolutely fine. My mother talked to her family they said it's for first time happening as before marriage she was fine. She is the only daughter of her family and I'm also only son of my family. My mother pampers her A lot more than my elder sister (married). I have sent her now to her father's place. She is very satisfied with me and my mother as she said so.That's why we are worried that why this problem is there if there's no physical problem, even she is happy with us. She is also worried about this problem. Please do help I want to know why this thing is happening?

Hello Sir! Congratulations on your marriage. I can understand this problems you are facing as mentioned like frequent fainting and doctor also gave clear chit that medically. She is fine according to me, completely 'Hysterical '. Hysterical is a conscious behaviour probably fits where person is medically fit. As you mentioned, that she is happy in family all factors are in her positives .....

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Q. I'm a 34years old married lady. I have a boy who studies in class 2. We are in a joint family. I'm professionally a teacher of a primary school of my father. I don't have mother-in-law. My problem is that my husband is a qualified teacher and was in the business of bhujia/snacks(parental business) previously. He was doing well and earning well in that business. He's good in business and side by side he was also engaged in private tuition at our place. But my father-in-law doesn't want him to do this bhujia/snacks business as all the members of my family is in teaching profession even he is also a private tutor. He stopped that business and now he is only in private tuition. From then we are facing some economical stress on us because our business was the main source of earning. He uses to feel very low and frustrated. Sometimes we avoid social gatherings due to this reason. I also do feel awkward while going to any family get together. Now, no any member of the family is helping us. We don't have any communication these days. Sometimes we are not able to fulfill our child's need. It's like the relationship has lost its energy. What to do don't know?

Hello dear!!! I can understand the situation you and your spouse are dwelling in as obeying elders are our first moral value.

Your father in law want your husband to make his career in the teaching profession by leaving 

Family business (which he was also doing previously ) as all his family people are in the teaching profession.

 Dear, every parent want .....

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