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  1. Need help how to navigate DIL relationship.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jazzy View Post
    Thanks so much for your comments. Yes I am aware of confinement after baby is born. She had modified confinement. Parents are living with her & help out had some cultural food. But did wash hair didnít stay in bed always they went out to dinner once I think. We celebrated one month birthday.
    One point Iíd like to raise with you. Do you think choosing to live & work in Australia marrying an Australian & having an Australian born child that considerations should be given to the
  2. Need help how to navigate DIL relationship.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jazzy View Post
    Hi me again
    Trying to find out where I'm going wrong here.
    I asked my DIL where did she learn English? This is after knowing her for 3 years.
    She speaks fluent English & Mandarin. I'm impressed with people who are bilingual.
    I've learnt basic Mandarin greetings to be able to acknowledge her parents national language & foster communication.
    As her parents are planning to live here for 12 months, I asked if her parents were going to learn some English.
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  4. Limbo Living

    I will try and be succinct but an awful lot of confusing things have been going on...for a long time
    After meeting my husband 6 years ago, I soon moved into his family's home at the kind insistence of his parents. I moved an hour away from the house I rented leaving my friends, family and life as I knew it to give our budding romance the best possible chance.
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