By Anonymous - 21/01/2011 22:50 - United States
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Well, that sucks. MILs are a bitch. Stand up for yourself if your work is that important.
So op! gain 400 lbs and become invisible! then you'll be about what she expected for her son, that even his imagination coulldnt get good women! ahh nevermind! he's aight if he could get you(; just be glad he loves you and is willing to be with you! oh and your work from home job oughtta already be in da kitchen, so quit bitchin and make me a sammich, hoe! just kidding(: this comments all over the place I thinkk
Talk to your boyfriend about it. You don't have to put up with that. If he doesn't believe his beloved mother would act like that just hide a video camera somewhere.
11 - Sometimes he wouldn't have a choice about whether he lives with her or not. Now, OP and her boyfriend don't sound like they're a young couple. But if this was a similar situation in which OP and her boyfriend were still in the late-teenage/early-twenties stage, it's not always possible to move out. It's a perfectly fine idea to mention to her boyfriend that she doesn't like something his mother does. No one is perfect and if she did something to offend the OP, of course she shouldn't have to suck it up. Why should she? It can't be changed if it's not put out there.
Dump him! Leave him, it just isn't worth it. Never mind me considering that you may actually love him, just run! Ok, now that I've gotten that out. You need to have a serious talk with your boyfriend's mother about setting personal boundaries and that you are not her servant. The major issue that I see is respect, or a lack of it. This really is a you or her situation, not for your boyfriend but for you. You will either earn her respect or you will be driven out of the relationship.