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Posted by: Chantal2 | 2011/01/11

Depressed, Dont understand

Hi CS

I smsed my fiance''s mother to tell her that myself and my fiance need to spend some time together because couples need time...we havent spent time together since I dont know when. Like I said in my other posts, she wanted to come over again to have lunch or something together....Thats when I sent her the sms.

She has been offish with me ever since.... Does she have the right to be so unpleasnt ?? because really, I dont complain at all to them....Now that I do say how I feel, she does not like it! I shouldnt have to ask for permission to spend time with him or to even tell them

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Try to settle this before getting locked into marriage. Discuss it with your fiancee, preferably with the help of a counsellor, and make it clear that you want to marry him, and not his family.
In the instance you quote, maybe "offish" is quite a satisfactory way for her to be ?

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Posted by: Carmen | 2011/01/11

just a word of advise a mother in law like that will hog your entire marriage, I have a " family in law"  that is constantly interferring in my like always at my house, dont like them much and I know they dont me either but that does not stop them from always coming over..

speak to your finace, tell him to spaek to his mother.

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Posted by: cybershrink | 2011/01/11

Try to settle this before getting locked into marriage. Discuss it with your fiancee, preferably with the help of a counsellor, and make it clear that you want to marry him, and not his family.
In the instance you quote, maybe "offish" is quite a satisfactory way for her to be ?

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