My husband is currently deployed and will be until Aug. This is the first time we have been apart this long since we met. When we first told my in-laws that he was getting deployed they were very supportive of us. Telling me that if I needed to I could come and stay with them (I moved back in with my parents). When my husband left for training I went and seen them. I vented to my mil bout some stuff that was going on at home with my parents. She listened and told me that if I needed I could stay with them for sometime. When I got home that night my mother informed me that my mil had called and wanted to talk to my mom bout the stuff that I had said to her. She totally turned everything that I said to her around to make it seem like I was unhappy in my marriage and that I was trying to hook up with a guy friend who had been back to visti that weekend. Since then I had talked to her once when my husband was back before going over seas. They did not invite me to Thanksgiving or Christmas. I have tried to make contact with them and have gotten nothing back.
My question is how much more do I do?? I want to remind them that I will still be married to thier son when he gets home. And he has made it very clear that he will pick me over his family. I don't want it to get to that but I can't live with a family that treats me like shit.. What would you do??
How did she come up with that stuff? Was the conversation not clear?
Answer by MrsHouston47302 at 4:36 PM on Jan. 19, 2011
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Answer by ria7 at 4:42 PM on Jan. 19, 2011
I would make sure that she understood the conversation before jumping to conclusions. If she isn't answering the phone then leave a message. If she won't return your calls write a letter. After that, you have done everything you can to get the relationship right and if she doesn't accept that then that's not your problem any longer. Not telling you what to do, just stating what I would do,
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