HELP! MY MOTHER IN LAW WANT TO SNATCH MY HUSBAND

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 HELP! MY MOTHER IN LAW WANT TO SNATCH MY HUSBAND.

My name is Mrs. Mojisola (not real name)

please help me.
My mother in- law abandoned my husband and ran away with another Man to Ghana, when he was seven. My husband who is now 37 did not hear from her mother again until he was able to track her down through Facebook three years ago.
Early this year, she lost her husband and the three Children she had for him in a fire accident and this forced her to return to Nigeria.
However, he seek my consent but against my father in law advise, my husband got an apartment for her not too far from our house. This done, peace became elusive in my home as my husband took to her mother, like a seventeen years old falling in love for the first time.
He will be on the phone with her talking or chatting till late in the night, he will first go to her house before going to the office everyday and branch in her place when coming back home from work and at times sleeps over in the place saying he mistakenly slept off,he now has some of his cloths there, so he do dress up and go back to the office from her house whenever he sleeps there without coming home.
His weekend is been spent with his Mum now, they sleep on the same bed, eat together and go out together as if they are Husband and wife. Am not saying they sleep together but if it is confirmed I won’t be surprise.
All my resistance against this unholy closeness was rebuffed by my husband, his response has always been “Why are you jealous of her? I am the only Child she now has, You should understand”
I reported the case to my father in law, who blamed me for it, saying he warned me but my self and my husband will not listen, he maintained that the woman is evil that I should do something fast.
What can I do, I am helpless, I’ve not seen my husband in the last three days, he is not picking my calls and my little Children are crying, “I want to see my daddy” is the song of each of them everyday, please help me!!!!

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COUNSELOR:
This is an unusual one. Your husband is developing unnatural emotional attachment to his runaway Mum. At first it might have been the joy of connecting with his Mum that overwhelmed him, but he is now taking it beyond that.
You need to to sit him down to really talk to him, instead of nagging or just monitoring or resisting his closeness to his Mum. He might not be aware of how you feel at all and how it’s hurting you and the Children, to him you are been ridiculous, so you need to talk to him.
You need to take this case to God in prayer, as I think it’s taking much more than usual dimension, if there is any diabolical power involve like your Father in law who knows that woman better insinuated then you’ve got to pray seriously. Our book MY HUSBAND MUST PROSPER (It has 600 Prayer points) will be a great guide for you click here to buy.
You also need to see a counselor together with your husband, both of you will need to be counseled to learn how to connect again

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