(Closed) MOther in Law and her Low Blow

posted 10 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
305 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: April 2012

@beatriz:I’m so sorry you have to deal with this. My Future Mother-In-Law is no gem either. I wish I had some words of wisdom for you. When Future Mother-In-Law gets to me, I go smoke a cigarette and remind myself that I’m better than her and she’s just jealous. This usually works. I don’t recommend starting smoking, but it helps to know your (I) are not alone. 

Sending you warmest loving thoughts and (((((HUGS)))))

Post # 4
7941 posts
Bumble Beekeeper

I am sorry you have to deal with someone that clearly has no filter on their mouth. Her comment was so remarkably insensitive and rude!

I am wondering if your Fiance is aware of your frustration or the comments that his mother makes? Does he know about this particular comment?


Post # 7
17 posts
  • Wedding: September 2012

That is so wrong! Mother in-law needs to watch what she says, because when she gets old or a sickness inflicts her body, you’ll probably be the one taking care of her. I bet she’ll think twice before she opens her stupid mouth again.

Post # 8
2689 posts
Sugar bee

Don’t go around her if possible. My grandmother had alzehemirs(no, I can’t spell it) and that is NOTHING to laugh at. Your sister sounds like MY sister.LOL (my grandma is just like your MIL) Life WILL get her back, might not be now, but it will.

I’m sorry the witch said that. Whoo, my blood pressure has gone up reading that.LOL 

Post # 9
1180 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 1993

Oh no. That’s just cold. I’d be so tempted to give her a proper dressing down. Mental health issues are waaay over the line for me. Hugs x

Post # 10
550 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

I hope your husband said something about acting like a rude bitch to his mother.

Post # 12
2303 posts
Buzzing bee

She sounds like a cow. However, you don’t ever want to be in the position that you feel like a terrible person because something happens to her and you weren’t kind in return. That would suck. She sounds cruel and jealous, but also very lonely and afraid she is losing her family (probably because she treats them so poorly). Try to be the bigger person. 

Post # 13
2297 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: October 2009

When my former Mother-In-Law developed Alzheimer’s, I took her out to breakfast every week for years, even though we were technically no longer related.  I stopped only when the Alzheimer’s got so bad that she no longer showed any signs of recognizing me.  I cannot imagine ever making such cruel comments about her!

Post # 14
3189 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2011

Oh my gosh, how horrible! I’d tell your husband to not share these remarks with you from now on, I’d get so pissed and wouldn’t even wanna know about it.

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