(Closed) Boundaries for in laws

posted 4 years ago in Relationships
Post # 2
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1221 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2015

And you’re marrying into this mess? This is a huge problem, and your fiancé is at the root of it. He flat out refuses to set any boundaries with his dad, so you have to decide whether you want to live your life like this or not. The complete lack of respect he shows for you and your personal information is a big red flag. I mean he lied right to your face about sharing info with his dad. He’s showing you time and time again that he values his father much more than he values you. I couldn’t live like that.

I hope you aren’t planning to stay in that house once you get married. Nothing will change as long as you’re living in Daddy’s house. If your fiancé doesn’t agree to getting a new place and removing his parents from your personal life then I suggest you seriously rethink marrying him. This is a glimpse into what your future will be and it isn’t pretty.

Post # 3
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2528 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

Just because his dad owns the house you live in does not give him the right to tell him everything you do. What have your health care issues got to do with it? Do you pay rent to him or are you living there as a gift? I think there definitely needs to be some rules and boundaries. Why did your Boyfriend or Best Friend agree to sell his house in the first place? 

Its funny that he won’t set boundaries with his father but clearly doesn’t want him there otherwise why does he “hide away”?

I think it would be better for both of you to live elsewhere. 

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