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    Re: A polite 'No'

    we felt very happy about your decision to have your MIL with your family. thank you so much for this wise decision.


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    Re: A polite 'No'

    Quote Originally Posted by thesahil View Post
    Thanks for the replies. Me and wife have decided to have MIL here but my wife has assured me that she is going to stand up for me if me and MIL have an argument. I just hope she does what she says and that MIL stays calm.


    Very happy to note that, you are going to join your MIL with your family and also glad that your wife is going to support you, when situation worses.

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    Re: A polite 'No'

    Quote Originally Posted by jv_66 View Post
    Mr. Sahil,

    If your MIL doesn't have any son or her husband to support her , where else would she go?

    If you are not in good terms with her, you need not talk with her at all.

    Wait for some days after she starts staying with you. Do not talk with her. Do not interfere in her matters.

    If she is also following your steps, then what is the problem.

    If she is interfering in your matters, You can tell your wife, that you do not like her (MIL) interference.

    When ladies like us are adjusting our inlaws in all the ways and accept them also as our parents, gents like you should also be ready to accept them. Think them as your parents.

    After all, she is a poor woman, who cannot go anywhere else than be with her daughters.

    So, you husbands should adjust.

    After few years, she may live with her next daughter also for few months.

    So, only adjustment in life will help you to win in married life.

    Think that you are helping a old woman who is not having any other shelter.
    jayanthyka superana advise kuduthu irukeengha.

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    Re: A polite 'No'

    Quote Originally Posted by kavitha_rishi View Post
    jayanthyka superana advise kuduthu irukeengha.

    Thanks Sudha

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