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my mother in law is a piece of work and i am so tremendously exhausted from dealing with her. i have been married to my husband for 27 years and she has never been able to let go go of her son. she doesn't like calling before she comes over. she just pops over unannounced. she said the reason i want her to call before she comes is because i want to leave before she gets there. but that is not true. she has called me names in spanish. she's talked bad about my daughter. she said she comes to visit my son not me. Recently we had our kitchen remodeled and she went and told all her family that im working my husband to death and that im taking advantage of his money. but little does she know i paid for all the remodeling from money i had saved years ago. My husband never defends me. He says that his mother doesn't mean anything by it. He's always been a mama's boy and im sick of it.

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Michelle commented 2 years ago

I feel your pain. I swear I wanna kick her in the throat....oops sorry did I say that lol

Michelle commented 2 years ago

Same predicament here for 12 -1/2 years. My husband also won't stick up for me. Basically just waiting for his mom to die.

Jill commented 2 years ago

I feel sorry for you and totally understand. I was in the same situation for 30 yrs. I don't have much advice except she should be going in a nursing home soon. That is the only way I was able to get relief.

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