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

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i have been married to my hubby for about 1 year... and my respected MIL,, initially she pretends to care me a lot..but as the time passsed.. she becomes insecure of our relationship.before she used my father in law in order to bad mouth me,,but now she use her daughter against me...rather talking face to face...even if i ask her a simple question,,she turns that into a miswrable conversation to her daughter..One of my drawback is i am having aggressive behaviour..Now she is using this image of me by badmouthing to everyone...i am helpless

I can understand the helplessness. I have been married for coming to 16 years now and needless to say badmouthing is just 1 small thing I experienced with my mother-in-law. There will be bigger things to come. Important thing is, you and your husband must have the same understanding and not let all these conflicts affect your relationship. Mother-in-law will always be mother-in-law. Few will treat you like their own daughter even if you try your best. I have been trying for the last 15 years to be a good daughter-in-law but my mother-in-law has never stopped badmouthing me to my husband. I realised a year ago that I will never ever be good in the eyes of my mother-in-law. So now I do minimum as a daughter-in-law. Rather I focus on being a good wife and a good mother, at least, my children and husband appreciate.

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