I am just taking beginner's Italian, so I hope you don't mind that I try to help. Certainly, the native speakers would know better. I would suggest sposata instead of maritata and sono tormentate instead of siamo tormentare. Sono is both first person singular (I am) and also third person plural (mother and child= third person plural), siamo on the other hand is first person plural (we are). I am taking a guess at tormented. Tormented as an adjective, male singular is tormentato. My guess is that female plural would end in "e." So it would be tormentate. Tormentare is the infinitve= "to torment" as opposed to the adjective.
Again, I only know what I have learned in the past few months...not much! I hope this helps (and that it is correct) and that someone else will answer you too!
Oops, one more thing, no accent over "e" for and. The accent over the "e" makes it mean "it is" as opposed to "and."
Thank you for the beautiful grammar instruction. It is very helpful. If you think MARITATA will work I would prefer to use it simple beacause non Italian readers might figure it out more easily.
1 to marry, to get* married to (s.o.): sposÃ² un uomo molto ricco, she married a very rich man
2 (unire in matrimonio) to marry, to join in marriage: li sposÃ² un prete di Roma, a priest from Rome married them
3 (dare in matrimonio) to marry (off), to give* in marriage: sposÃ² sua figlia a un avvocato, he married his daughter to a lawyer
4 (unire) to combine, to wed, to unite: - l'utile al dilettevole, to combine business with pleasures; - il vino con l'acqua, to mix wine and water
5 (abbracciare) to embrace, to espouse: - una causa, un partito, to embrace a cause, a party.
Maritare 1 to marry, to wed*: egli maritÃ² la figlia a un ricco mercante, he married his daughter to a rich merchant
2 (agr.) to train: - la vite all'olmo, to train a vine up an elm.
As you can see the translation of 'maritare' is far more constricted than 'sposare'. Certainly in the context you want to use the word I think that coloquially sposare would be better. The verb maritare is IMHO used more in ceremonies and such.