Unless you really, really, really have to I would suggest against it. It makes all sorts of family strains, but that's just my opinion.
absoulety not. This is such a no no. seperate lives are so important . It makekes the mother-in -law understand that there are boundaries that she should respect .
I have done and it was ok but not for a long time , If you can avoid it thats good but it was a help for us short term long time ago
It is not easy to do so. When two families live under one roof, it is difficult. But, there is also a lesson to learn. If you plan your future with your spouse, then she is a mom like figure. I say learn from her and be good friends. 2 moms are better then one. And in my case, if it wasn't for mine, I wouldn't have a mom. Best wishes princess.
by Marissa6 years ago
Would you let your mother-in-law live with your family in your house, even if it was only temporary?
by peanut135 years ago
My Mother N law says we are too old to have a 4th child. I'm so upset. I am 38 my husband is 41....She doesn't agree. My husband is not sure either.. We have 3 children. Youngest is 7, She says we are getting older, and...
by starme778 years ago
Do ? Gee this has been going on for like 5 years or so and I had no clue at all, I take care of his mother with altzheimers and just started doing taxes again , well, I lost my job cause he went nuts and pulled all my...
by IDONO4 years ago
Are mothers- in- law really all that bad?I don't have one, so I can't answer this one. But if you have one, you can. But, be careful. Someone may be looking over your shoulder.
by Barbara6 years ago
How to set boundaries around a cantankerous, self centered mother in law?Told me I was to care for my father in law, while she attended her class reunion- didn't ask if the dates were even free. I am so angry I...
by Arunix4 years ago
Do you know the different between your mother and your mother-in-law
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