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  1. Not sure what to do?


    Hi There,

    I am new here. My name is Sue. I am having some major confusion right now. I have been married 17 years. My MIL is 90 years old. My MIL tried to kill herself. MIL was in the hospital. Now she is home recieving Hospice. The Dr's don't know how long she will live.

    Here is the situation. My MIL has never had a thing to do with me. I have tried to form a realationship,but she never once has asked me to do any thing. Only if my husband has asked her ...
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  2. Let me introduce myself...

    I'm new to this website and after reading the posts, it's nice to know that I am not alone.

    I have been with my husband for going on 8 years and have been dealing with these problems from the beginning of the relationship. At first, I attempted to convince myself it was because he had been married once before for a short 2 years and she was concerned that I was going to hurt him.

    She always made it plainly clear from the beginning that to her, she was the most important ...
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  3. Othername of selfishness amd hypcricy is MIL

    I dont want to address heras my MIL,then it means i have some relation with her.
    Iam married for 10 years with a kid.My husband is the only son with 3 sils.
    DH is the doting son who cannot hear one word against his mother.
    i craved for some love and affection from heartless people.i was taught in home family means we have to help each other but after coming here i see both mother and son only bother about themselves,DH busy with office work,goes early comes late,does not bother ...
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  4. MIL was a narcissistic, neglectful mother

    When DF was young his parents lived in a small town about 40 minutes away from a major city. He attended the elementary school there until grade two. The elementary school was part french immersion and part english classes, but even the english students learned a small amount of french. We're talking basic words like cahier (note book), stylo (pen), chein (dog) ect... So one day he comes home from school and his mom askes him to get out his notebook and do his homework. He announces, proud of himself ...
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    Mother-In-Law Blog
  5. Is My MIL Racist or Am I Overly Sensitive -- Need Guidance

    I recently found this blog and I want to thank you ladies for this forum. I've read so many posts and I'm not sure where I fit in. But I'll give you my story and thanks in advance for your input.

    My fiancee is Cuban and I'm a black American. He's MIL, who is 80, moved from the eastcoast down south. In a nutshell, we all live together. At first I was OK with the idea b/c I was thinking we could be a family and when we have kids she could be a huge help. A year later, I regret me being ...
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