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Started by Lawson2663@gmail.com, May 27, 2021, 07:48:32 PM

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My son and wife married almost two years. When her mom and dad come to visit nothing exist for her but her mom and dad. They just moved into a new house and the parents are spending the night. I'm my opinion, She has never separated emotionally from her parents and she is 38 years old. What do you all think?

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OK, I admit that I am a little confused.  How is your DIL supposed to put you first when her parents are in town?  What should she say to her visiting parents to get away from them?  Isn't she is just being a good hostess by not abandoning her guests?
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