Let's see...I just got married in April to a man with a 2 year old daughter. I know that's a lot to take right off the bat in the first place. During the summer at some point the ex told him that if he wants more time with her child he would have to sue her. And we are. My main concern is for our marriage, at this point. I have to have the faith that we will get through this and come out stronger on the other side. But it seems as though that is all we talk about and we're on edge and at each other's throats a lot. Not only are we dealing with it from the ex's side, but apparently my new sister-in-law is still friends and shares family information with the ex. It is going to split the family; mainly because some of the information she shares is coming back in the form of legal complaints and lawsuits. This is putting a large strain on us both emotionally, mentally, and financially. How do I take all this in, process it, and still maintain a level of sanity? I feel as though the only way I know how to, is to ignore it until it just builds up and I have a breakdown. Does anyone have advice on how one is supposed to deal with this? Not only are we dealing with the whole getting used to living with each other, we're having to deal with all the stupidy around us. Help? Please?
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