i think my husband is still attached at the umbilical cord to his mother. and it seems to be getting worse. I wouldn't mind going out with her once in awhile, but lately it is 3 times a week! My anxiety is already horrible when i have to go in the car, but when she is there, i know if i have any problems, both of them will be yelling at me. (her and my hubby) I never do anything right in her eyes, and i have stopped going anywhere with my hubby when she is going, because my nerves just can't take it. I've tried to explain my anxiety to her last time i had a "spell" in the car, but all she told me was that my husband will start looking around for someone else if i don't want to go out all the time with him. Any suggestions on how to handle things with her? It's not that i don't like her, she just makes me so nervous, it puts my anxiety through the roof.
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