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How to get along with my F-MIL?

Started by Sassy, June 10, 2009, 05:59:11 AM

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Well, Sassy, I cry about twice a year and I just did when I read your post! Blessings, Luise
Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible. Dalai Lama


Oh that's wonderful, Bride2Be.  I think maybe Sassy is an angel who visited us on this site.  She has given all of us such hope.  I wish both of you had been my daughters in law!  I know we could have found some way to be with each other in a good way!!

To me, it's a real blessing to find some common ground here.  I hope we can learn from each other.  I hope in the coming weeks and the dreaded Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays coming up, I can speak to both of you about what to do and what not to do.



Bride2Be, you are the one who brought tears to my eyes...in your tribute to Sassy and your commitment to address your issue. I sometimes get a bit lost in the dialogue. (This is my first experience with a Web-forum.) Blessings to both of you! Luise
Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible. Dalai Lama


Thank you Bride2Be, Prissy and Luise... you are part of the most helpful site I've come across, by far.
I'm not being called a "doormat", and I don't feel like as much like the "thief of hearts" as I did a few days ago.

I'll be sure to come back and let you know how the weekend goes.  Fingers crossed!