By Anonymous - / Sunday 8 November 2015 06:15 / Canada - Gatineau
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By  tehman117  |  21

Well, at least you're literate and they're not.

  chrisbeaudoin  |  26

Or they just hate her/him

  Metalslipp  |  15

The perfect demise in my book would be: sneak up on them and shoot their feet with arrows. Approach with the conversation as topic, and watch them beg for mercy as you draw back another arrow for the death blow.

  nix1993  |  37

Probably the fact that she married their precious baby boy. Some people just don't know when to cut the apron strings. Before I was born but when my sister was about two my mum (who been with my dad since she was 15) had a couple of miscarriages, and my bitch of a Grandmother who was a nurse at the time actually suggested at the dinner table that my mum should go and get tested for chlamydia.

  nix1993  |  37

Probably the simple fact that she married their precious baby boy, some people really just don't know when to cut the apron strings. When my older sister was a toddler my mum had a couple of miscarriages, so my mum spoke to my Gran because she was a nurse. She said nothing to my mum when she asked her, but later suggested at the dinner table in front of the whole family that my mum should go and be tested for chlamydia.

  iwin8166  |  13

No. While he does need to have her back, she should be able to speak up for herself. Now he's got to go back and fight a battle hale has no first hand knowledge of while she could have confronted them in the moment where they couldn't deny it, and the her husband would have solid ground to defend her from.

  nix1993  |  37

I don't think so, I think if she had confronted them they would have gone straight on the defensive, it would have turned into a fight that she would be the instigator of, making her at least partially to blame and so giving them at least some justification for disliking her, and it could well damage her husbands relationship with his family. If her husband defends her and speaks to them properly about their attitude and the things they've said they still probably wouldn't take it well but it's less likely to cause as much friction and they would have to be more polite in the future.

  yellowzinnias  |  20

What #36 said. #26, you are obviously young. I am in my 30s, and I also studied relationship communication in college, and I assure you, the way I explained it is the way things happen within healthy marriages.

By  LivToFail  |  28

Im sorry that your inlaws are such assholes. It astounds me how some parents cant appreciate their childs decision to marry another. Im sure you and your significant other are happy together, who cares what they think, be happy together.

By  edward80  |  18

Don't worry OP , they are supposed to hate you !

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