(Closed) I miss my ex-FMIL!

posted 8 years ago in Family
Post # 3
1749 posts
Bumble bee

@brighteyedgirl:It seems like you have a wonderful relationship with his family, that’s a bonus. How are things working out between the two of you? Do you think you can make it work? It would be nice if she said “he” had missed you and you had been his best girlfriend ever. Sometimes emotions can get fuzzy, you are not marrying the mom as fabulous as she seems, you are marrying her son.

Post # 5
1844 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

  Awww, I can understand that!

  Before I started dating my current Fiance, I dated this guy for almost two years. I loved his family–especially his mom! She made me feel so welcome, was really sweet–just awesome! When I broke up with him, it was almost like I missed her more, LoL! Also, when I started dating my now-FI, his mom and I didn’t click right away. In hindsight, I was her son’s first girlfriend, and they were afraid I would stop him from being successful in school (as soon as he got accepted to a grad school out of town and I supported it, it completely changed things with his mom and I). His mom and I get along well now, but it’s still not quite the same as it was with my former SO’s mom.

Post # 6
445 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

Before my Fiance, I was seeing or just befriending a coworker whose family adored me! His grandparents, niece and just about anyone whom he called family loved me from the first time they met me. Our relationship never got beyond a professional one, but his grandma one day told me I was the greatest granddaughter she ever had (none of her grandson are married..they’re in the later 30s). We were both sad that things didn’t work out between us, he was an amazing guy and we both love each other very much..we just weren’t meant for each other.  Sometimes things don’t work out even under the best of circumstances. I was really heartbroken when I decided to stop seeing his family. We were getting too attached and it was so hard for me to let them go. I still visit them once a while and send them gifts for birthdays and holidays. I do miss them a great deal, but my Future In-Laws are just as great so I guess I’m subing one for another.

Hopefully things will work out for you so you don’t have to part from your family. =)

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