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HOW TO HANDLE AN ANNOYING MOTHER IN-LAW


JudithAhamefula
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Are you finding it hard to adjust to your mother in-law?
Do you want things to work between two of you?
Learn some tips from this article on....

HOW TO HANDLE AN ANNOYING MOTHER IN-LAW (MIL).

Mother in-law is the mother of one's spouse,(the mother of your husband or the mother of your wife.)
The relationship between a mother in-law and daughter in-law is a complicated one.They are the two most important women in h man's life and both have his best interest at heart. But the road is not easy if you have a controlling MIL.

*Try To Understand Her
Most mother in-law hate their daughter in-law because they feel they're loosing their son to someone else.Try to understand her behavior and her needs as a mother.
Find out things she does that makes you mad si that you know when to hold your tongue and walk away.The sooner you do these,the quicker you defuse situations.
*Don't Raise Your Voice And Learn To Ignore: If your mother in-law constantly criticize and speaks against you behind your back despite your efforts to win her heart, it's time to accept that she's unlikely to amend her ways.The only thing you can do to keep your sanity is to detach yourself from her emotionally. Respect her but maintain a distance.
In all ,try not to be at fault.Make peace not trouble and don't forget to pray to God for a change....✍️

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Splendour
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Lol, mother-in-laws will always be like that, every lady will also become mother in-law some day and that crazy cycle of wanting seeing his wife as your rival continues. So treat your mother in-law the way you would want to be treated when you become one.

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