OP moved in to help her sister-in-law with her triplets and three older kids due to her postpartum depression. Things were fine until she started nitpicking about small issues
OP tried to be patient and understanding with someone dealing with depression and postpartum issues, but the person reacted negatively.
OP left her sister-in-law's home due to feeling mistreated
OP's brother is incorrect in placing blame on OP for their predicament
OP's willingness to help should not result in mistreatment.
OP shouldn't sacrifice her well-being for others, even if they're struggling mentally
OP has shown patience and tried to find solutions, but her brother and his wife are taking advantage of OP and being unkind
Suffering from depression, including postpartum depression (PPD), doesn't excuse mistreating others
OP shouldn't take this personally; childbirth is tough on a woman both physically and mentally, and having triplets makes it even more demanding.
Her continued disrespectful behavior and lack of trust indicate she doesn't fully appreciate OP's help.
OP is not in the wrong
OP is a caring and generous aunt, and it's unfortunate that her sister-in-law didn't value her help until she lost the free childcare
The OP made sincere efforts to assist her brother and sister-in-law during their struggle with postpartum depression. Unfortunately, mounting expectations and tensions reached a tipping point, compelling her to make the challenging choice of stepping back to safeguard her well-being.
OP likely chose the most favorable option available to her in that situation. It's important to prioritize our peace and well-being alongside the love we feel for our family members.