A pregnant woman has shared a post on the Reddit thread “AITA” or “Am I the A–hole?” that is going viral on the Internet.
The Redditor “morbid mommy11” told that she banned her husband and father-in-law from entering the delivery room because they were convinced that she would die during childbirth.
The woman explained that her husband’s mother died during childbirth and both her husband and father-in-law are convinced that the same would happen with her.
She wrote: “My husband and I are expecting our first child, which I knew would be a really sensitive issue as his own mother died in childbirth with him.
He and his father (a hugely active part of our lives) are COMPLETELY convinced that I’m going to die in childbirth.”
“They won’t openly admit it but their behavior has reached the point where it’s constantly making me feel stressed and uncomfortable.”
The woman revealed that her husband was so convinced that he kept telling her to make sure her life insurance policy is up to date and to draft up a will with her lawyer.
However, when her husband forced her to go through all of her possessions to decide who would get them, she decided it was enough and refused to do so.
She said her father-in-law accused her of being “selfish” and “making things ‘difficult’” for her husband who could possibly be a “grieving widow with a newborn.”
She then told that she feels her father-in-law wants her to die.
She wrote: “When I tell my husband this, he calls me paranoid, but I feel like my FIL WANTS me to die; his whole life identity for the past 35 years has been ‘amazing single dad’ (never dated or had close friends or even hobbies really), and it seems like he’s looking forward to being able to guide my husband through what he went through.”
She said that her husband is so convinced that her due date is her death date.
She expressed extreme stress about her husband.
She asked Redditors if “AITA for banning my husband and father in law from the delivery room due to their intensely stressful/creepy behavior during my pregnancy?”
The Redditors supported her while some even suggested her to remove her husband and father-in-law from her life.
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