- 5 years ago
- Wedding: July 2012
The best thing is to lessen your contact with them. Always take the high road and do not stoop to their level. As tempting as it may be, you want to be able to look back on your actions and know that you tried to be the bigger person, you did what you could to make the relationship a success.
So in your case I would he nice to them but keep my distance.
Not in laws, I’m dealing with that with my own family.. And I’m having to learn that you can’t control what people say or believe. Your fiancé loves you and that’s what counts! Just be polite, nice.. And try not to worry about it. People like that will not change, so it’s best to just ignore and go about your day.
Thanks, dear bees!
@sasi: I’ve been dealing with my future inlaws.. They do about the same thing, except they aren’t always nice. My fiance and I sat down and I explained how I felt and I haven’t been back to their home since and I feel great! I don’t miss them. I am much happier. Like everyone else said. Step away and don’t let them bring you down! 🙂
Thank you so much dear bee! I see I’m not the only one in this situation! I also don’t agree with what many say: you marry your husband and his family. No way, I only married my husband, that’s it. You did the right thing to sit down and talk to your husband! Good luck!!!!
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