Hope you are feeling slightly better.
You’re only really going to step back and stop feeling all these emotions when you let go of the relationship. Let go, and if it’s meant to be you’ll change your feelings and it will work out. But for now you need to tell yourself you don’t want to be with him if he’s like this towards you. Write a gratitude diary every night, note 5 things that you appreciated that happened in that day. Although I would say simran is normally the way forward, I’m assuming thatvyou can’t focus? So maybe some daily positive affirmations will help you?
If Sat is telling you not all women fall under the assumptions that you are making and is clearly offended... then why are you arguing back? Clearly she doesn’t fall under your generalisations, I definitely do not either. You come across like you have a problem with women and authority? I think I read before that your mother believes marrying a girl who stops her education at 16 is best which is an extremely odd and random opinion to have. Have you had a very negative experience with a woman?
This isn’t 1995, it’s 2020. Where I come from, women don’t go to uni thinking about what man they can get as a result of studying, that’s last thing on an 18year olds mind 😆. It also doesn’t mean a woman must be desperate if she marries someone who makes less money than her. Have you conducted some research into the female brain? I doubt it. Perhaps you have experienced girls like this.... perhaps it’s due to sociological factors, eg are you from a low wealth area? Whether it’s arranged or love, people don’t meet and ask ‘right so how much are you on?’ Someone may say ‘I work in finance’... it could be on 20k or 60k, no one discusses figures. Once you have fallen for someone, you’ve fallen. That’s it.
I hope you change the way you think of females if you’re ever blessed to have a daughter.