(Closed) Where do you draw the line for sour in-law/husband relations?

posted 5 years ago in Emotional
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Busy bee

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koalaboo:  But thats the thing, you still expect him to be civil and act like nothing happened when clearly they have disrespected him time and time again. In the beginning you didnt stand up for him and you say now you are standing up for him, but really you arent if you are trying to force him to come into your parents house knowing their feelings on him. 

If he wants to sit in the car you should respect that. Agreed that he shouldnt say anything about your parents. I would say to him. “Look I have spoken to my parents and told them I dont want to hear them talking bad about you and same goes for you, dont bad mouth them. You can however discuss your feelings if something comes up.” 

If you know your parents can barely control how they feel about him wouldnt it be better for him to sit in the car so there isnt a confrontation?

 

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