I've noticed a lot of questions that are saying that their husband, significant other or boyfriend's family just doesn't like us, and because of this their families are not accepting us into their families. For whatever reason, they should be happy that they found someone that they love, and welcome us into the family with open arms? What's happening with all this?
I think what happens being unrealistic about relationships in general. People do not llike certain people and marriage will not change that. If a people would bring their dates to the family before they fall in love so that the family could give their take on that person, they would not have all these problems. I see too many cases were the parents or siblings NEVER liked the S/O and the person continues on with that person. They can be happy with that person all they want, but they can't expect others to be happy as well when that person is not someone they like.
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my in-laws are the sweetest people I have ever met...my MIL took me to dinner the day before my birthday, then on my birthday she took me to see a chick flick with her, and the day after she brought me a cake, ice cream, and 2 very nice gifts. I call her my best friend and her and I are inseparable when we are together. We go shopping and lunch every Tuesday and Thursday together. She and I are respectful of one another, and she follows every rule I set down for the children...the perfect MIL! I <3 her so much!
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