(Closed) MIL sleeps in our room :(

posted 4 years ago in Married Life
Post # 76
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Honey Beekeeper

Threatening divorce when or if you don’t mean it is manipulative, and emotional abuse. It’s a line that should never be crossed. OP should take him at his word and insist on counseling. If he was talking impulsively and in anger, OP should help him to know that it will be the very last time. 

Post # 77
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2017

Update? Is she finally gone?

Post # 78
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2010

I agree with PP. Threatening divorce is not okay. I hope that once she has gone home you can have an honest conversation with your SO about healthy communication versus him threatening divorce.

Post # 79
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2017

I hope all worked out

Post # 81
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Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2015

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stringcheese123 :  I know you can’t say exactly this to him, but given her history I wouldn’t want her near my children unsupervised and I would definitely cover money, resources, and children in regards to his mom. Well, both parents given their history. She sounds like the type to use his credit to get things for herself, so make sure you shut all of that down. No access to your mailbox, etc. 

glad she’s gone! 

Post # 82
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Helper bee

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stringcheese123 :  Yep. she sounds trashy!! Make sure she didn’t steal any of your name brand stuff so she can sell it for drug money.

Post # 83
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Bumble Beekeeper

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stringcheese123 :  OMG! Holy Crap! I can’t even –I don’t even know what to write. I’m completely stunned! That was a train-wreck.  I certainly hope that your husband is siding completely with you now, and was maybe under diress?  I also agree with 
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BalletParker :    Make sure that woman has no access to your finances, as she was going through your personal belongings.  

Post # 84
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Blushing bee

This tread is shocking. How can someone be so rude? I HATE when people go through my belongings, I was upset with my mom for going through my junk drawer (ha). Kudos to you. This lady is horrible! I couldn’t do it. 

Post # 85
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2017

What happened to change your hubby’s mind? That’s a big 180. From your last update (very thankfully)

Post # 86
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: October 2015

I’m sorry, but how can you be married to someone and not know such significant things about his childhood? 

Post # 89
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Bee Keeper

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stringcheese123 :  What about the clothes snooping she did, did he call her out on that too?  Cause that’s just weird as shit.

Post # 90
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Newbee

Mother-In-Law is your husbands mother,she gave birth of your husband.spent herlife to took care of your husband since birth.now when he grown up,when he married to you,he chose you to live with you,not his mother.oneday you will be a mother/mother in law too,oneday you will have children too…imagine if your daughter in law does the same to what u did to your Mother-In-Law,what do u feel?

in my religion,Mother-In-Law also as our mother,we have to love and respect her,especially if MIL/FIL, or our mother/father already old,we need to take care of them,as what they did to us when we were baby/kids.

I know u have a small studio apartment,for what she did in your apartment,yes we,sometimes can’t tolerate,but u can say nicely to her. U can’t avoid your Mother-In-Law to meet her son,remember she’s the one who gave birth of your husband.

I know different country has different culture. Its only my thought.based on what my religion taught us.

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