A daughter-in-law is not always a daughter. Short fiction stories on mental health
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A daughter-in-law is not always a daughter. Short stories on mental health

Daughter-in-law is not always a daughter. Short stories on mental health is a story about a daughter-in-law who tries hard for their in-laws but they won’t be satisfied.

“Bahu Beti jaisi hothi hai” How many times have we heard this? We hear this more often but there is less reality to this. I am 30-year-old and try very hard to make my family happy. All I get in return is negative comments.”

All I get is to work and work but no affection from family. Sometimes my husband tries to support me during family arguments but that won’t last all the time. I don’t blame him; they are his parents. He needs to see that as well.

Money, gold, and properties won’t matter much when you don’t have love between people staying in a house together. I do all the work, and I am not complaining! But the least I want is to get asked whether I ate!!

A daughter-in-law is not always a daughter
A daughter-in-law is not always a daughter

Daughter-in-law is not always a daughter. Short stories on mental health

I just need them to talk nice to me and not see me as someone who is in here just for the work. I want them to talk to me. I want them to accept me. I went into depression with the kind of behavior they put on.

But glad that my husband is always there by my side and gives me that motivation and mental support so that I don’t take all these to mind. I am glad that he tries to explain and defend me Infront of his parents.

Now, after 8 years of marriage, they too have changed and let love flow in my family. I love what has happened over time with them. As they say, time changes everything! I just needed love and affection and now I have that.

Daughter-in-law is not always a daughter. Short stories on mental health

This is a simple fiction story about how small things matters for Mental Health. How time changes and rescues us from being further drowning in depression.

In this series, I would write about more such fiction stories in which small elements would help the character into a better state of mind.

A daughter-in-law is not always a daughter
A daughter-in-law is not always a daughter

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