Our expert says:
Usually it's not to mch the other family set-up that mattwers, but how it impinges on you and your relationship, and whether your partner is sincerely prepared to mediate and support your relationship with him. Generally, it is good if someone acepts their responsibilities towards their family, but it is likely to be a problem if this includes supporting a lazy sister who is able mto work but doesn't care to do so. Similarly, nieces and nephews, by definition have their own families and should not need their uncle to support them. If he accepts all these claims uncriticaly, he will not have the resources, financial or emotional, to support his relatomnship with you, let aone any children you might have together.
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