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So my SIL... She gets gets everything handed to her on a silver platter. She's only had a handful of jobs and has gotten fired from all of them in just a short period of working there. I had the same job for 3 years and worked for everything I have. We both just had babies 3 weeks apart. Everyone is so accepting and supportive of her being a stay at home mom but everyone in her family puts me down for it, saying I have a family to support and I shouldn't be mooching off my boyfriend. They treat my son like the black sheep of the family and constantly praise her daughter and rub it in my face that she had a girl and I didn't. Well she's only 7 weeks post partum and had unprotected sex. She's freaking out about possibly getting pregnant again being so fertile and not being able to handle two babies. Honestly I'm so petty I hope she is pregnant


Cut these people out of your life. They are toxic and have been damaging your husband for years. Enough is enough.

Are you going to allow them to treat your son like this? Why? Stand up for your kids. Be a Mother Bear. You need your husband on your side (maybe move....like 1000 miles away to get a clean break).

Meghan commented 9 months ago

Ha! I totally understand how you feel! With any luck, she'll have her hands completely full...although, one would suspect that "the family" will crowd around her and take those troublesome burdens off of her hands without so much as glancing in your direction to give you a hand. Whatever. You don't need or want that kind of help anyway! Gather together with your girlfriends and set up a babysitting swapping ring. Focus on other people who bring positive things to your life and try to forget about your in-laws and how unfairly they treat you. It's obvious they've picked a favorite and made YOU the scapegoat and black sheep of the family.

Cat commented 10 months ago

Hi Marina,
I am a producer for a nationally syndicated talk show. We are doing a show about in-laws who are divided and would be willing to hear some empowering advice on how to bring the family together. I'd love to talk to you about it. If you'd like to know more, please message me at talktvtalk@gmail.com

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