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Daughters in Law... don’t suffer in silence!

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My mother in law was pure hell for 25 years. Our social life was her social life, because she had no friends. If we had company she would stop by uninvited. Making cutting remarks all outside of anyone else's earshot. Even cutting me with her remarks when I was going through Chemo. I hate her. The best day of my life was the day she went in a nursing home. She has been in there almost 5 years, and I am still unable to forgive her.

You cannot forgive someone unless they truly ask for it and repent of their actions. However eventually you can let go of the negative feelings and anger. One day you will but remember you endured a long and painful amount of abuse, you don't heal from that over night. So glad you are now free however. Wishing you a happy mil free life.

Opal commented 1 year ago

She sounds absolutely horrid. Congrats on getting some space by having her in a nursing home. Forgiveness is the hardest part, but it's important for your own mental health. If you need to wait till she finally passes, so be it, but I'd start the process today.

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