I am engaged to be married in March and a future inlaws don't want my fiance' to marry me or at least they didn't last time he was on speaking terms with them. We got engaged Sept of 2009 and from then to May, 2010 they tried all they could to covince him not to marry me and reffered to me as his gilfriend and wanted nothing to do with the wedding plans. He has not talked to them since May and we live together now. Now, his mom has asked him for us to come to Thanksgiving, he told me it is up to me. They were very nice to me and my 3 year old dd (not his) until we got engaged, then they were just plain rude. He said she and his dad seem sorry but they will never acutally say "sorry" to me or him. Should I just allow them the chance to start over, even though they treated me so badly, or should I stick to my guns and say that if they can't apoligize then I want nothing to do with them?
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You need to do anything you can to get along with your in-laws. These people could be in your life for decades and anything you can do to make that pleasant will benefit you. I remember my first Thanksgiving at my MIL's. It was the day we announced our engagement. Everyone was so excited. Come dinner time I helped myself from the buffet and headed over to the beautifully set dining room table with the best china and crystal stemware. But, before I got there she said "Oh, you guys are sitting over there." and sent us to the formica kitchen table...the kids table. I have never, I mean never been so insulted in my entire life; I had just announced the most important decision in my entire life and then sent to the kids table.
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