how is your mother-in-law?
August 23, 2008 4:16am CST
hi there mylotters. to those who are married and who's mother in law are still alive, what can you say with your relationship with her? i got a friend who are not in good terms with her mother-in-law. they lived on the same roof. at first, it was ok. then conflict came. she cant stand anymore how bad her mother-in-law treats her. so they moved out. i also have i mother-in-law. its a good thing we dont live with her. our relationship is just ok. maybe because we dont meet every often. how about you? what is your story?
2 people like this
• Bangalore, India
23 Aug 08
hi My relationship with my mother in law is very good. She loves me like her daughter cause she doesn't have any daughters. I too love her like i love my mother. She is staying in my husbands native,often we go there whenever we ger some leave for our work. she will also some times come and stay with us for 15 days to month. she will take care of me nicely. she will cook food for us before i reach house from office. She will prepare some sweets and snacks for me and some times she will get me some nice sarees also. I love her.
• United States
23 Aug 08
I like my mother-in-law (she's a sweetheart), and she seems to be pretty fond of me, too. I get a little worried about her, though. She's disabled and doesn't really have a lot of income, yet she's always buying into these health food scams, and every time we go see her she's bought some new "as-seen-on-T.V" type contraption. She's also living in a huge house that she can't really take care of or get around. My brother in law lives with her, thank God, so at least she has someone there in case something happens. Other than my somewhat obsessive worry over her welfare, our relationship is really good.
23 Aug 08
I think it's better if we don't live in the same house with our mother in law! I have a good relationship with my mother in law she is cool she has a good sense of humor I can muck around with her without upsetting her but I also do not cross the boundaries! And I respect her a lot.