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7 Things You Should Never Discuss With Your Daughter-in-Law

Do you want to get along with your daughter-in-law?

Unfortunately, we live in a world where most people don’t get along with their in-laws. Either they have different personalities or they simply don’t like each other enough to want to be part of each other’s lives. But whether we agree with it or not, as our children grow up, they inevitably meet somebody and want to live with that person forever. And after that, their mother is no longer her son’s most important person.

For some women, this is painful since it’s hard to believe that another woman can “replace” you, but let me tell you a secret: nobody can ever replace a mother. These are two different relationships, and the sooner you understand this, the better.

However, if you want to get along with your daughter-in-law or simply avoid unnecessary conflicts, keep reading because in this article we compiled some of the best tips for a nice life when everybody is happy in each other’s presence.

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3 Responses

  1. Mind your own business, no advice unless asked for it, if either one starts bad mouthing each other do not take sides. I have been very lucky I get along with all my in laws.

  2. I love my oldest sons wife. She is awesome and she and my son are good for each other. I don’t get involved with their marriage as it is none of my business. I do not like my youngest sons wife at all. He married her and he has to live with her. I am cordial to her. Again their marriage is none of my business. As long as my so. Is happy that is all that mTtersreally matters.

  3. I’m fortunate to love my in-laws and they love me. Also, one of my daughter in-laws is heaven sent. The second daughter in-law is another story. It started out well until my son started changing for the worse. He went from being responsible, reliable, in-touch, relatable, respectful and loving to missing work, over drinking, not preparing for the week, disrespecting, stand offish, borrowing money, unreliable. He and she are having these knock down drag out fights. I tried to advise but that back fired on me and now I’m the bad guy. So now I’m staying out of the way as much as possible. Only just the other day, I gave some advice concerning his drinking and he took offense to it. I want to stay my distance but I don’t want to give the impression that I don’t care. I’m going to continue praying.

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