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Thread: Im having fights with hubby because of mother in law?

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    Im having fights with hubby because of mother in law?

    You'll need to talk with your husband once again, reminding him of the marriage vow he took: "forsaking all others" - "others" means his mother. He must take your side on this; no other way will work - this is something you cannot handle on your own.You also need to discuss her actions with your child's pediatrician; some of what she's doing is absolutely NOT in your baby's best interests.Tell your husband what the doctor recommends and remind him that the two of you are responsible for this baby. Then, keep talking - calmly! - to him until he takes action.Your mother-in-law's feelings might get hurt, but your main concern must continue to be your baby's health and well-being. She's an adult; she'll get over it eventually. In the meantime, your baby will thrive.You can do this!

  2. #12

    Im having fights with hubby because of mother in law?

    if your husband isn't going to speak up and it really is against your beliefs then you need to speak up since your kids cant speak up.........if your going to get a divorce still then let your opinions be known

  3. #13

    Im having fights with hubby because of mother in law?

    Quit making DH the bad guy in this. You need his support because this woman is his mother but if you aren't willing to take a stand with her how can you expect him to? You need to be equaling willing to say "no" on your own. My suggestion is to sit down with him and come up with some rules on how you TWO are going to raise your children. Then either one of you can say no whenever your MIL does things that you don't agree with and know that the other person is going to back you up. But it doesn't help if he says no and you go all wishy washy once his back is turned. Grow your own backbone, too.And hey, a lot of research has been done to improve the lives of babies and children since the time that she was a mother. You might point that out sometimes.

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