When in a relationship and all seem not to be working out, you have to assess if it is time to let go. Check out some points to consider before making such important decision, according to News24.
1. Dealing with In-Laws
In-laws are all parties that have come with your spouse-all parties-that includes the parents. Most of the time we tend to overlook the influence that most parents carry with them when they interfere with the child’s marriage. When it all turns sour, they do not want to be in sight but point fingers. Beware of a spouse that runs to the parents in the first sign of trouble. Beware of the one that makes a decision-only after they have consulted the parent. You and your spouse need to come to an agreement when it comes to family members coming into your marriage and you should go about it equally.
Do not impose something that you would never consider imposing to your own unless it is under strenuous circumstances. Be open enough with your relatives on what they can or cannot do when it comes to you and your home. Do not duck under the bushes and say your spouse said. Say it is you who is also saying because you were there when it was being discussed.