He showed me signs of attention, then took care of me beautifully; I realized I had fallen head over heels for him. After six months of our relationship, we filed for marriage registration. His mother wasn’t thrilled with me;
she wanted to see another woman next to her son. I tried not to argue with her, all for the sake of my husband, not wanting him to feel bad. Even though we lived separately, my mother-in-law made it impossible for us to live in peace. She visited several times a week, started arguments and scandals, insulted me and left.
Even after her visits, conflicts arose between us, although he was not to blame for his mother’s behavior. She controlled every move we made, interfered in our daily lives, criticized me and everything I did. Once she came to us, then asked my husband to drive her home, saying she didn’t want to take the train and preferred a comfortable ride.I understood everything, but that incident led to an unfortunate accident—an accident that took my husband away, while my mother-in-law emerged unharmed. I couldn’t believe it; I was injured and taken to the hospital, giving birth earlier than the scheduled term.
My mother-in-law said she would help with the child, and, not knowing what to expect, I welcomed even her assistance. One day, I went to the store, returned, and she was gone with the baby. I thought they had gone for a walk and would be back soon, but hours passed.
I called her; she turned off her phone and didn’t show up that day. I reported it to the police; it turned out she had decided to steal my child. They found her, gave her a suspended sentence, and she was no longer allowed to see her granddaughter.”