My husband`s sycotherapy accuses my problems of telling him that I`m not sure I`m as abusive as his mother, except I don`t see. That he should divorce when he talks about his problems when he was a child. In order not to blame me, she often speaks to him against me without him being there. This married couple, married for a long time, should separate to see if things are okay and if it is not okay, that they should connect to social networks to talk to other people, it`s normal to see porn, even if I don`t like it. Often he talks about other things that are not transferred to the problem. often with the exception of my husband`s gifts. I am not allowed to enter there or when I call to talk to him, she often imposes me when I ask him a question or when I comment on the way he treats the family. She changed him until he didn`t talk to me, or something when we were in the corner, now he distances this waa a man who was always on the road to cook and do something to stay close to the family, she sees no problem with her giving him bad advice, Then she said, oh, I was worried about you. She watches him or waits for him to throw the window when we arrive. I`m sitting outside because she doesn`t want me. She walks past the window, as if waiting for him. For me, it`s not normal, she often wrote to him what I don`t know.

He blocked me on Facebook and put a secret code on his phone when we had nothing to hide from any Othe. When I try to talk to him and I`m saddened by the way the relationship is going, he tells me to join the raven when I get depressed, he says I cry, makes him laugh at me and even makes me imitate. For example, my neighbor has a problem with my landlord and so we do it says oh yes, this person also comes to my office to complain about the owner who likes where you live, so we know who she is talking about. I understand the confidentiality between an advisor and a client, but if the client is asked by their loved ones to provide evidence and information about board meetings, is it considered a breach of confidentiality if he/she does not wish to pass on this information to the family? As long as none of the factors described in the proposed confidentiality agreement arrive, confidentiality is respected. . . .