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By wtf / Friday 1 May 2015 22:57 / United States - Elkhart
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By  mattmsk005  |  8

Did your husband not talk to his father in the last 8 months, because being pregnant is a pretty big thing you usually bring up in conversation?

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By  lyricalservant  |  18

How dumb is yr father in law? Whats his IQ?

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  teresa96706  |  29

@19 OP might get loose too. I don't mean to offend OP, just staying in context with #6

By  mattmsk005  |  8

Did your husband not talk to his father in the last 8 months, because being pregnant is a pretty big thing you usually bring up in conversation?

By  WitEluded  |  13

Someone sounds hormonal

By  muarif  |  19

Although it is not your fault, but you should apologize to you father-in-law as he is older than you. It will also lead to a successful relationship of you with your husband!

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  muarif  |  19

Well, because her father-in-law will then realize his mistake and get shameful. Then he'll apologize (hopefully).

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  JustinJK  |  21

This is how middle eastern people think. I'm close friends with someone from Pakistan and parents are never wrong even when they are, lol. it's frustrating, but that's just how it is. He gets mad at me when I call my parents names or tells me to forgive them when I get into fights with them.

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  Im2Shy  |  16

People only apologize if they've done something wrong. Was she wrong for getting pregnant from her husband? I highly doubt it. Respect isn't freely given, just because he's older doesn't mean she should apologize. He was rude and he needs to be sorry for his words. There's no way op should say anything apologetic to her father in law.

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  muarif  |  19

That's right, the people of East, specially from Pakistan, prefer to give maximum respect to our elders. Some even say too much, but we are that way! :) It results in elders giving respect to the young ones too!

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  muarif  |  19

Lol, am glad you do. Many of these Western people don't xD And you might want to listen to him, parents do deserve our respect, no matter what :)

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  JustinJK  |  21

Haha. My biological mother is crazy. I haven't talked to her for nearly 5 years. sometimes they're not deserving of respect. but I won't get into that. it's just not as black and white as that.

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  muarif  |  19

It's your personal life and choices bro, but you gotta remember how crazy you used to be as a child. And she still raised you. :)

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  Queen_of_Night  |  20

#73- Being angry over an insult is not being disrespectful to an elder. It was disrespectful of the father-in-law to insult her in the first place, especially since she is very far along in her pregnancy. She is carrying his progeny and name, something I remind you that he never had to do. If he deserves respect simply becasue he is old then she deserves respect for being the mother of his grandchild. I realize the Middle East has different values but saying that she should apologize to shame him doesn't really work.

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  Nicsb  |  16

Sorry, but the "respect your elders just because they're your elders" thing is bullshit. People shouldn't get a special social standing just for making it to adulthood.

By  CODplayer4lyfe  |  24

Congrats on the baby OP! Too bad you'll carry around a lot of baby weight afterwards. But good luck, and hopefully your in law will understand in a month when he's a grandfather :P

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