Our expert says:
Gosh but we do seem to be hearing a lot about In-Law problems this week. And the problem usually involved a husband not mature and strong enough to say NO, even to outrageous requests. It's nonsense to expect you to take all sorts of family waifs and refugees to stay in your house, especially when the inlaws dont set any god example by doing so themselves. Similarly, your husband's brother has no business interfering or making ANY decisions for you. Why not insist that your husband join you in proper marriage counselling ( eg through FAMSA ) whatever his family thinks of the idea, as a condition for staying in the marriage, if necessary ?
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