I have both recently taken my Shahada and recently gotten married with a born Muslim. My parents and friends, who are non-Muslim, do not entirely accept nor understand my marriage. For my husband, this is exceptionally hard to swallow because he believes he should be honored for being the respectable and loving husband he is. Since there is a clash in religion and culture between my husband and my parents/friends, etc. it has left me in a tug-of-war match with everyone. I don't know how to confront the situation in an Islamic manner!
My parents say that I married too long and too quickly. My friends say he is using me, and most of my family have their own ideas of Islam in general- being pro-dominantly Roman Catholic and Christian Orthodox themselves.
With all of this hate and negativity aimed towards my marriage, my husband OFTEN gets upset with me. He'll regularly say that I flirt and make eye contact with strangers and his friends alike, even though I have never done such. He justifies his accusations by saying that I am being "brain-washed" to cheat on him, etc., by my parents because they hate him.
It is an especially troubling time because my Father just came back from an extended vacation, which before he did, my husband and I were living at my parent's home with my Mother. My Father said that I could live at home, however, my husband, who he has never met, cannot. (We would move to our own place, like we had before we had to move in with my Mother, however our finances are extremely tight.)
I believe I may be pregnant as well, which I am beyond delighted about. However, sadly, I am alone most of the time- left to deal with my overly negative parents at home and my indicter of a husband.
My situation overall is depressing me to a great extent. I do not know how to convince my parents, friends and family that my husband, Mash'Allah, is a wonderful husband, proper man, and the love of my life. And I don't know how to continue to convince and remind my husband that Jinn (and possible paid Black Magic) are truly what push him to endlessly accuse me of flirting, etc., with other men.
Please advise me in ways to deal with this situation(s) in an Islamic manner. Thank you!