(Closed) How to let go of a grudge… (FMIL issues LONG)

posted 12 years ago in Family
Post # 17
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363 posts
Helper bee

yes is right.  Don’t give in to this.  If you do, you will be setting a precedent for the rest of your marriage. 

Post # 18
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5 posts
Newbee
  • Wedding: March 2011

I just want to say how helpful it is to see posts like this. I have my own issues with my Future Mother-In-Law and lately, it has really been bringing me down. I am hopeful things will be resolved, that she will stop acting like a child. Who knows though? I just hate that there is this extra complication when it should be a happy time. Sigh.

Post # 19
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767 posts
Busy bee

I think it’s okay if you never see her the same way again.  As someone else said this is part of who she is, it’s not a nice part or a logical part or a loving part but it is part of her and it is a good things that you will now see it clearly.  However that doesn’t mean you can’t still see all of her good parts as well and go on to have a very good relationship with her.  Relationships change as you get to know each other better but change does not mean end. 

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