The first time we met, she told me about all the things I would need to create a home in her country. She was an American married to an Indian.
My MIL and I share a very bittersweet relationship where she has taught me a lot of things and gave me some lessons in life. Here's what I learnt from her.
Someone very close to me once said, "We don't choose our family." But we can definitely choose what we feel about them. And that is what helped me grow.
Why is a wife expected to maintain a 'good relationship' with in laws if they don't reciprocate? Here's some relationship advice to all in-laws.
As a daughter, a wife, a daughter-in-law, what is my value? Why are women always forced to do this soul searching?
The relation between a DIL and her MIL is cursed. It can never be cordial. In fact it is only a fragile relationship with a prejudiced foundation!
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