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Sir,We are a Doctor couple,I am doing my orthopedics,She is doing her M.D gynacology,We have been married for a year,It was an arranged marriage she is a malaysian and i am an indian.My problem started after 3 months of marriage.She does not like me talking with any of my colleges or friends,If it is a male she says i always talk with with the person ignoring her completely if it is a female whether married or not,She says that she doughts me having an affair,If i try to explain she will never listen which irritates me the most,If i ignore her she keeps on pilng complaints against me.She expects me to listen to her which i feel childish and without any sense.She is not coming for councelling too.I am so vexed and helpless,I dont want to divorse her at the same time i want to be happy and contened with my life too.Help me out

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