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Saturday, May 25, 2019

Saturday In House Gists -Mother In Law To Be Tales...

You are dating someone you hope to Marry and you are playing son in law or daughter in law already but what you are investing is not being returned?Is she dramatic already?..Or is she the best thing that ever happened to you?








Do you have Negative or positive Mother in law to be stories to keep us sitting on edge?
The example below explains what i mean about some mothers in law to be ....




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    1. Oooboi! See ela oju kan! I have never had issues with in-laws ever since I started dating. In fact I have never beloved it's possible for any prospective In law not to like me. I have exes I don't talk to anymore but I am still a darling to their mothers till even after I married someone else.

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    2. My mother inlaw to be,that is if I don't call off d relationship has asked me for money twice when I went visiting. Usually when her son steps out brieftly. She will call me to come gist with her,then remind me to leave her something when I'm going.
      I have never told the son because he will be very angry.
      He gives this woman 20k every week besides paying all bills in the house.
      The way I'm seeing that family,not sure I can continue.
      I'm noticing things I don't like. Even the brothers wife avoids her. She once asked the maid to come meet me to collect money to help her buy smthn. And I know how much her kids send to her but she seems greedy. My mother will never do that to a visitor.

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    3. This one is patience ozokwor type of mother in-law 😲

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    4. The lady chatting sounds desparate abeg. Which one is let me come and arrange house for you. Did she complain her is scattered. You don't need to turn yourself to a doormat for Mil to like you, just be your good self,if they don't like you for any reason that isn't your fault that's their problem not yours.

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    5. Reminds me of my would have been mother in law. I dated her son for 5yrs, she met me severally, i even attended a few of their family occasions even in their village. One day she calls me dat she wants to see me, I get to her place and she asked me to explain to her wat I’m having with her son, how she prefers people from her side and not people from my side that we have issues. I was just looking at her. She further went on to tell one of my aunt that I have refused to let her son rest.... hot chic like me. My people I carried my two left legs and ran.

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  2. Hummmmmmm, I don't like moving too close to in-laws, the law of see finish will enter




    *Larry was here*

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    1. I dey tell you oo

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    2. I agree with you. I stay in my lane jeje

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    3. I have been there, na dem be the real monster in law

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    4. I swear law of see finish .

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  3. Not met mine yet, but I'm so scared the kind of person she will be. God abeg let her love me as her own and i also take her as mine. i love peace so much and hate knowing loveless people

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    1. same here, boo is Hausa, I'm Igbo, he told her about me casually last Christmas and she said she doesn't want an Igbo DIL, now he's talking seriously about marriage and trying to talk to aunts n uncles cos he's even kinda scared to approach her, she has hbp, i told him that we should end d relationship, he said never! that he ll make her change her mind somehow, I'm really scared, dont want her to tell him to just do whatever he likes, I want her to accept me wholeheartedly. boo is d nicest, sweetest guy ever and I want yo give back to his people a portion of d love he gives me.
      recently he said he would call her n then tell her his friend wants to say hi to her, I said no, let her not embarrass n hang up on me, let them sort themselves bfr I cone into d picture. boo n his mum are so close and he's like her small husband, that's d more reason I want her to give him us blessings.

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    2. please try and get his mothers blessing it's really important.I had same experience and mine told me his people will come around,his mum said over her dead body.He sha convinced me to marry him since we are not in Nigeria that no one will disturb me.We were married for two years and i was in hell for those years because even though i was legally married here they didn't accept me.He ended up going back home to marry who they wanted him to a week after our divorce. Please from my own experience my sister,if the mother don't accept you no matter the love please run.

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    3. Hmmmmmmmm.... Babes I will tell u from experience, if he starts saying that my dear it will take the sun rising in the west to make her change her mind. Mine when all diabolical on me. See me see motor oooo. As in for months I was scared to sleep cs of the horrific nightmares. At last he married one smallie and thought I would kill myself cs I loved him shegeeee... Babes but as an Igbo girl that I am ,I picked myself up and now I am happily married to a great man. Forget it Hausa mothers hate thinking of having Igbo DILs. And they are as materialistic as freaking f**k( a good majority of them). Babes forget the relationship.

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    4. Anon 17:32 you don't say!! Even while living abroad yet not acceptance of you scattered the marriage. So love is not really enough? I learn everyday

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    5. Abeg make una shut us. Igbos ar the most tribalistic when it comes to marriage. Even amongst yourselves, you have factions. God forbid

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  4. Its about to go down!πŸ’ͺ

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  5. My MIL is my best pal. Even before DH pay bride price, she don
    dey chat me up say make I come stay with am.

    That thing I see up there is a Naija girl's desperation.
    Very bad mannered Naija girls, the kind wey awusa dey call
    iskenchi (hope I got the spelling). Those Pharisees will be
    pretending to be nice but once persin marry them, them go
    turn to cobra.
    Them go brand MIL senior winch, SIL junior winches,😯😯😯 BIL go become
    spare fork, the rest of the in laws = village people. She born pikins,
    she go hide them from "senior winch" etc.
    If you be man, once you smell desperate Naija girls, stay away.
    All na pretense. 🀷‍♀️🀷‍♀️🀷‍♀️🀷‍♀️

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    1. 14:12, exactly! You get sense die!!! That message has eye service glued all over it.

      I like that kinda MIL. No pretends. If she accepts you, she accepts you for you.

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    2. Aturesses and pharisees, you no dey tire?

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    3. Smh..marriage is between two people not in laws. The earlier African women knows that the better. You loads give these in laws too much power, that's why they feel they can treat some of u how they like. The bible never said a man will leave with his mother, father, and siblings to go join his wife...

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    4. I like the MIL's response. No pretense. I respect people like that a lot. Kudos Mama.

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    5. Dear Anonymous, one thing I've come to understand about you is that everything about you is always perfect but'Naija girls' and 'the Pharisees'like you always like to say are always bad. Until you admit things that are bad that you do, because you must have them seeing as you're not God, you have no right I say again you have no right to judge any one.

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    6. @20:10
      You are right. I NO DEY PERFECT AT ALL. Even the MIL matter, I no write there say
      I like am initially. Na she be the persin wey like me. But we come like ourselves like that.
      I get many flaws but we never get the kind of question from where I fit offload am.
      The things wey I dey write na the things wey I dey read here o.
      "21st century chronicle wife" poster inspire that one you see up there.
      Even today chronicle no be MIL matter, no be like winch she dey treat her MIL.
      Who get good head wey go arrest her MIL for foreign land eh?
      ajuju k' m juru gi.
      If tomorrow I write; "I and my MIL na friends, Naija girls arrest them MIL
      in foreign countries for baby feeding", you go come write say I hail myself
      scatter Naija girls okwa ya?
      Abeg, I just dey summarize wetin Naija girls dey offload for sdk blog in my yarns.
      🀷‍♀️🀷‍♀️🀷‍♀️🀷‍♀️🀷‍♀️🀷‍♀️🀷‍♀️🀷‍♀️

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  6. This kind mother in-law up there is a no no for me.

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  7. My MIL of Blessed Memory was a Mother Indeed. She wasn't biased in her judgement, she encouraged Hubby to empower me Financially and support me in all my endeavours. I have 4 daughters and she used to always tell me after each delivery" My Daughter let God give you a child that will stay and be a Blessing to Your Family.
    She was my Namesake and a day before she died,she insisted to speak wit me on Phone,During the phone call,it was just prayers ,upon prayers she heaped on me.
    It's 4 years already she passed on but she is Fondly thought of.
    I Miss You Mumsy .

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    1. May she continue to rest in peace and may God bless you as well. Wish my MIL could be a little be nice but last last we will all be alright. Its not my fault that she had a bad marriage and it's not my fault that all her daughters husband beats them up, my own issue is the fact that my husband loves me so much. I have tried in the past to avoid my husband showing it but I think he's just God sent.
      I wish all of them a 100 fold of all they wish me in JESUS mighty name Amen πŸ™πŸΎ. I am a winner anyway.

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    2. This brought tears to my eyes.
      God help me to love kids spouse's passionately even in their weakness

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  8. Not met mine yet but I pray for love and respect for each other and above all ...everyone understanding their parameters

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    1. You are already geared up about parameters. Babe, your way far with this your prayer for love o. You are just like the man who told his kinsmen to heat up hot water to stretch his bone even b4 he climbed the tree.

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  9. Lol. My brother’s girlfriend calls me sis whenever she calls me, she’s always calling To ask how we are doing. She screenshot a funny convo btw us one time on WhatsApp n put on her status I saw she saved my number as sis in law🀣... she puts my boys pix on her status n caption “can your nephew ever?” πŸ˜….

    My bro is just in his final year in Uni while she’s in 4th year. It’s possible he has promised her marriage o. What do I know.

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    1. The babe should calm all the way down. This is too much.

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    2. Let her take it easy na, some girls don't have shame at all... I can't try that oh... Gosh

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    3. Hehehehe. The babe don enter "We die there" mode straight up! Just be watching her with SDK side eyes.

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    4. I will not be comfortable with such a person.

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    5. NEPHEWWW?????? In soldier boy’s voice😳😳😳😳

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    6. She might be a nice girl you know..

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    7. Na wah oooo, desperate girl. Going to University is one thing, going for NYSC is another, getting a job is also another level on its own before you start thinking of how to get your bearing to settle down.
      Marriage no be small pikin job, i hope she doesn't hold him down with pregnancy because having children na another LEVEL.
      The girl get liver sef 🀷🏾🀷🏾🀷🏾

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    8. @tynu she seems cool overall. She’s an only child n once told me that all her life she has always wished she had someone to call her sister. I think that might be the root of her desperation.
      @anon 16:35 I just hope she s smart enough not to try that cuz she would be the one to suffer the consequences most at this their level.

      @charity I wasn’t comfy with her initially,but overtime i’ve Relaxed with her. I consider her just as my little sister now. She s just overly excited at the thought of becoming part of a bigger family.

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    9. Lmaoooooo 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣.

      Nephew πŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜œπŸ˜œπŸ˜œ

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  10. Omg! I laughed so hard after reading that... In my own case,I mean in the time past. I met her ,greeted her while we proceeded into the interview or interrogation as I will call it . The moment she coyly ended everything with "kosi nkàn tí àdurà ò lè she " (prayers can solve all things). I told myself ,you never reach your last bustop.

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    1. @Eqique
      You fail interview? πŸ˜‚
      So wetin you come yarn throway there eh?
      You yarn the woman say you be Virginia okwa ya?
      And she carry her feminine eye look you shake head?
      😊😊😊😊😊😊😊

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    2. ANG ...πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ˜ƒ, you're not serious. I know wetin I do the woman o,na so her son dey defend me right,left,centre. I'm happy I dodged her,life is too short to always be on the edge because of mortal like me .

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    3. Kuku kee me @u never reach last bus stop! Thank God you "LISTENED". Patch-patch is not allowed. If it ain't werking...

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    4. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    5. I always tell young people.. interview your mother in laws too. In Africa you can’t cut off the family so as they are interviewing you, you too be stylishly interviewing them. If they fail , you zap. People should learn to take they happiness seriously.

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  11. Jeez! This woman is savage! Lol... That's a bit too much though, coming from the daughter-in-law to be... All those kinda eye service actually put me off, but gosh! Whatever happened to politeness & civility?! Poor girl!

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    1. Insecurity wan kee the geh. The mil must hv been close to suffocation with the her.

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  12. Lol. Didn't speak to mine till the year after I got married. Didn't meet her till a couple of years after I'd already married my husband. Even if I'd met her beforehand, I'd never have done all those "Please, like me" moves Nigerian babes like to do cos they want a ring. I dated before my husband and never met or spoke to their mothers, I wasn't interested.

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  13. For me, if she doesn’t like me, na she sabi that one.
    I won’t kill myself.
    I tried that before and it was a total waste of time.
    My mum loves my brother’s girlfriend effortlessly. That’s the kind I want too.
    No need to force anything biko.

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  14. My MIL-to-be is just pursuing me with that sort of extreme kindness the girl above is displaying.I met her son few months ago and still considering his marriage proposal.She called me this morning to know if I am still in good terms with her son and begged me to come spend the holiday in Kano whenever my school vacated. Hope it remains so if I agree

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    1. Spend holiday kwa! It's a trap. It's not love yet o. She needs to study you to make her deductions on you. My advice is visit her but don't spend an entire holiday. Don't be too familiar.

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    2. As long as all is well with her son,You've got yourself a good one. Get to know him first!

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    3. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚.
      Check if all is well with her son biko.
      Ask questions.

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    4. If the law of see finish enter ehn, na that won go worse 🀷🏾🀷🏾🀷🏾

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  15. My mother in law to be has been the sweetest type to me. She treats me as she would her daughter.

    I just hope to God that nothing ever comes between us as I really don't want to ever experience wife and mil drama

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  16. My mother in law to be is peaceful. Elderly woman is her 80s. My boo is the last out of 6boys. She came visiting recently and it all went well. I had to move to boo's house for the one week she spent. Grandma is diabetic, she does not eat normal meals. At first it was difficult and stressful for me but at the long run I started enjoying her broccoli, cauliflower and orisirisi vegs. She no dey eat again once its past 6pm. I had to cook breakfast, lunch and dinner before I go shop or I close early to cook at home. We even became close but I still respect myself. No time for too much familiarity. Since she left till now, she calls me every other day to say hello. The love sef don tired me. If i plan to call very early in the morning, mama will call even before I open my eyes in the morning. While around, she visited my mum. I pray the love never dies o.

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    1. @tenth the poor woman is still alive o.

      @anon15:05 Amen

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    2. Tenth blind bat wth is your problem? Why reply when you didn't bother to read?

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    3. These comments got me laffing πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚. Tenth biko: mama nefa die oooo

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    4. Anon blindness is your heritage.stella made a mistake .this comments was for a poster who was praising the mil of blessed memory

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  17. I didn't get to meet her before she passed. But we always talked on phone throughout my service year I dated hubby. She sounded nice and caring. She actually was.. Just before my POP she fell sick, was hospitalized. Just two days to my coming to see her, she died. It was like a bad dream. I already bought plenty onions for her from Kebbi where I served... Mennn..death robbed me of the love and care of a good MIL. Its been 3years now. Continue to rest in peace OniπŸ˜”πŸ˜­

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  18. The first day I met my MIL, she looked at me like something the cat dragged in while I knelt down to greet her. I was working as a manager in a multinational,earning as much as her son was but the son was staying in their back flat so I was always going to visit him. The Mum always complained that I never came to her flat to sweep, cook, wash clothes etc( these are things I got helps to do for my own parents o) and I told the son he should get domestic servants for his parents too. We travelled home to visit my parents and her son reported me to mine that I have refused to agree to a date to marry him. Unknown to me, my MIL, after introduction etc, refused to share the wedding invites and kept telling her son he had yet to find a wife. Long story short, I got to know and my friends/colleagues said we should go and beg her but I refused because where I come from, you beg to marry a wife and not the other way round. She did so many nasty things just because I would not be the typical Yoruba wife (her son knew my stance on this and it pleased him). One thing she never forgave me for was the fact that I insisted her son must get his own place before wedding date would be fixed, told him I would rather remain single than live in a family house as a slave(sorry wife). We've been married for 25 yrs and I see marriage as a partnership with my husband as the senior partner and the wife as the junior partner whose opinion counts too not a master/slave relationship.My MIL saw this in me from the onset, didn't like it but I couldn't be bothered. I however encourage him to pamper his parents well just as I do mine but to want to control my marriage, no way.

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    1. Exactly! The real reason she doesn't like you is because she sensed your boldness.

      All the MILs who are controlling are usually not accepting of a wife who holds her own because they know they cannot succeed at manipulating and controlling her home. That's the crux of the matter.

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    2. My dear so many women has lost their value.if I see groups on fb.see what women comemnt.if a man cheats leave him to cheat .just pray that that he is not taken from u.say what???
      So many people are in master/slave relationship.
      It is paternership.submission not mean mumuism.

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    3. That is the confidence that goes with an independent and resourceful woman. She knows she is a blessing and couldn't be bothered with the opinions of those who want a slave instead.

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  19. Before I met mine, I made up my mind not to impress. Twas for a week. The first morning I slept till 10am..but before she arrived from work the house was ocd clean.. but she made her dinner, while cooking, she called me to pound, I chose 4g and blended the crayfish mixture.. I heard her telling her daughter I can't handle kitchen stress. I no send..I Waka pass her dirty laundry till Friday when I wanted to do mine. I wasn't nonchalant per say but I didn't lick her feet either while I stayed with her for the first time.. maybe that made the difference, she complained about it to her son but guyman put her in her place saying I would live with him not her and he could cope with what she perceived were my excesses. now we cool, she respects me, she talks to me when her son is "misbehaving".. she prays for me, and even did more for me than my mom,on my wedding/tm. I'm preggy now and I think she's subtly vying for omugwo over my mum with gifts.
    I remember the day she visited without calling.. I was pissed oo but I didn't show, my man no even hide am he told her she can't sleep over, that she'll be going back that same day and asked the driver to drop her off.. Since then, she's been guided..
    The thing is; be yourself around them, they've been through that stage with much pressure to impress than us, to the enlightened/humane ones it'll be funny and they'll understand and respect you regardless,to the stone age/witchy ones, that impression would stick forever and decide how they'll treat you in that family + everything is way easier if your man is on your side..

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    1. I love your way, take πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»

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    2. Much as I see some things ur way I still feel you need to be diplomatic .you are rude and arrogant

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    3. I loved your comment, tnks for this, my man isn't confrontationally, so most tomes he does what his mum wants, he helps me prepare all d ingredients bfr cooking, all I do is cook, the last time I went over to his place, he told me he wouldn't be doing this when his family members are around especially his mum, I was shocked, didn't say anything sha, I don't have a problem with cooking, but is it right that he stops doing chores when his people are around?

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    5. I get your point, but a bit too extreme. If your own mum showed up, will you send her away or be happy if your hubby did?

      In as much as we don't want to be mistreated, allowing some compromise once in a while is not bad.

      You'll be a mum soon. Put yourself in your Mail's shoes.

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    6. Exactly. Be respectful but don't go ass licking.

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    7. Get used to kitchen stress???😳😳😳

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    8. My dear be careful, use wisdom. I've been married for over 10 years, I might still be young in marriage but suffery suffery, ask for God's wisdom.
      I've been through a lot with inlaws, i used to be very gentle but they made me bold. We don't call each other but when we see we smile and yinmu 😏. My inlaws are jazz people so I fire back with prayers, they are Yorubas and Muslims. My MIL who is an Alhaja even visits white garment people for stuffs.
      Be careful and asked God for wisdom please, especially when you start having kids. Mine will do anything to make her grandchildren from her daughters be better than her grandchildren from her sons. I know what I'm talking about.
      May God see you through.

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    9. Lulu.. na you sabi.. my mom sef na stern warning, don't visit without prior knowledge. we have our lives and plans,don't use your own and mess with ours regardless of being an elder or mother and whenever extended relatives visit with prior information it's always a pleasurable experience..
      Abeg, it worked/works for me.. do whatever thou will in your situation.. alright????

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    10. Huh, hope if your mother comes visiting unannounced, you will send her back too, just as you did with your mother in-law..

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  20. My ex mother in law may not be as vocal as the one up there but she's definitely something.

    My mother in law to be and i aren't close but we are cool.

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  21. My MIl is very cool..love her scatter too..God blessed me with wonderful in laws..my MIL that will call to wish you happy valentine.biko may God bless her for me

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  22. Respect πŸ‘.

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  23. I haven't met mine bt when I do,no pretense at all. I ll just do my tin and b myself no tym for rubbish abeg

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  24. Lol I comment my reserve before I say more than myself but that daughter in law to be in that chat is too nice. Come and arrange which house maka gini?

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  25. That pic up there is my sis in law for you.that was wrong.makeup your mind cos ur son is a kid??? if u have that type it's distance things.why make someone feel bad

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  26. I'd be seriously piss*d at that babe up there too if she sent that to me. Her response na simple: "Thanks but don't bother. The house doesn't need arranging". Hanty house arranger! Oghoro wey dey jump. Maybe na the Bebeto attitude the MIL no like about her sef. It's another matter if you were visiting and naturally help to handle some chores especially if she has no maid.

    We need these kinda MILs to reset the brains of some of these young girls. To let them know they are not maids but aspiring wives. Slaving for a MIL does not guarantee anything. Over-familiarity does not guarantee anything either. Be yourself. Respect yourself. Respect your family. #Wifenotmaid.

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  27. Not all MILs are bad though, I think most people go into marriage preparing/ready for 'fight' with their MIL as they believe they must always be wicked.

    I have a good and kind MIL, she absolutely loves me as a daughter, am married to her only child and from day 1 when we met she was real with me and told me, treat me as you will treat your mom, if i offend you tell me, if you offend me, i will tell you. She will cook for me and pack it, she will wash dirty plates. She is an absolutely lovely person.

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    1. You're very very lucky. The one that told me to give my husband 25years beforr I start enjoying him ke the one that insults my parents in front of me or the one that said I have to marry her too with her child and there nothing we can keep from her . She knows everything about the marriage. I went from very happy to depressed and suicidal and lost crazy weight on top her matter and still the son doesn't even see any wrong in his mother.

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    2. Miz Tee, all will be well. Ive been through worse, dont let it depress you my dear. MIL can't be with you forever, take care of yourself, children and hubby. Eat and dress well, no let inlaw matter make you suicidal: not worth it. At the end of the day you will be a winner in the future.
      Don't be rude to your MIL, dont wish her bad but pray that her daughters go through whatever she puts you through πŸ™πŸΎπŸ™πŸΎ.
      When I started having children I went into Postnatal Depression because my inlaws stressed my life but I Conquered. Its a phase and it will definitely pass. Its just sad that some of us have to go through such.

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  28. The experience with an in law is always nice when your husband can support you, mine would disgrace and insult me before his people, funny thing is mil is late but his elder sister is the one giving me hell , she could just call n start insulting me when me n hubby are having misunderstanding, even insult my late father n entire family join.

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    1. Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmm, it is well.

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  29. But why is it about mother-in-law? Are we saying that fathers-in-law don't have issues too? Whether positive or negative? I like open-mindedness on issues like this.

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    1. Hmmmn...father in laws too are there o. If I talk ehn

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  30. Me and my MIL na cunning man die cunning man bury am. This woman, is an area scatter. She has finally scaterd her children by jaming their heads together. Thunder don strike her with Stoke.i thought with stroke she will repent from her old ways, na lie now she is the chief confusionist. Wishing her RIP in advance

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  31. Bv's please help me with advice, I am due to deliver in approximately a month's time. MIL has been lobbying to come "take care of me" since I fell pregnant, I just kept posting her to chill till I put to bed, the ish is when I had my son she came when he was 5momths and according to her, she doesn't know how to bath or care for a new baby cos she never did her's herself, I worked like jackie, cleaned,did the laundry, fed and bathed baby and was cooking 24/7, through out the time she stayed, she only basically watched Africa magic and backed baby.Now i am due and she is requesting to come, I am confused a part of me is telling me she did that cos my son was already 5months old when she came the last time, but another part tells me that's how it would play out even with a new born, me I am confused, the most annoying was the first day she came I stylishly positioned all the baby bath things for her to see and bath baby, cos we practically did a vigil waiting for her arrival and picking her from the airport..I slept relaxed thinking my baby was well taken care of since grandma is around, only for me to wake up seeing my baby diaper less with a smelly nightwear, immediately she saw me she said come and bath him, he has peeed everywhere, I bathed him rushed to make bfast and that was the pattern till she left.
    I was overwhelmed with work. Mbok can she come for proper omugwo, considering my past experience.

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  32. My own mil is an author of confusion,she will judge all her girls for me and then be the 1 to go and tell then trash about me,isoko people wicked ooh,even among her own children she's alwaying causing serious trouble and shes the type that worship material things.thank God for wisdom and for revealing the kind of person she is to my hubby.

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  33. Where I wan start sef,my MIL wanted bro scattered my husband and I in our 1st year n 2nd year,i went through alot,but as strong mind wey I get,I dust myself,fashi all of them,I don't call ,when we see we do oju aye greetings, now they are so pained,beca bec 1st to do e no dey pain,my oga has known better ,he said it one day that if not for wisdom his mama wanted to scattered us.....now I'm eating the fattest bone

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