I couldn't even believe that my close relatives were capable of this. Apparently, all these stories on the Internet are true. On my own example, I've found that sometimes in life it happens that it's hard to believe it's true.
When my sister-in-law was in the eighth month of pregnancy, she moved with her husband to her mother-in-law. They had three rooms, but tiny. The newlyweds lived in one room, my husband's older sister and mother in the other, and the head of the family in the third. Krzysztof preferred solitude and snored loudly at night, so he was given a separate room.
Everything was fine at first. But after the baby was born, it got a little crowded for the family in three rooms. Moreover, even the child was capricious and cried at night. Despite this, the grandparents did not leave the granddaughter. However, the son-in-law began to move out. He even stopped drinking tea with older people. The mother-in-law was very worried.
With each passing day, my relationship with her son-in-law deteriorated more and more. He also turned his wife against her parents. The young spouses lived alone, did not clean the apartment and acted as if there were free servants in the house. And soon they separated their pans in the refrigerator and began to eat separately. The family lived as if in a shared flat – each one separately.
Barbara followed her husband, even if she didn't like it. She couldn't argue with him and she obeyed everything.
During the pandemic, her parents left the country. The older sister-in-law at that time lived with her young man in a rented apartment, so the three-room apartment was at the disposal of the young family. When Barbara's parents returned home, they grabbed their heads. For three months, the couple brought the apartment to such a state that it resembled a warehouse of forgotten things. Fungus, mold, dirt and garbage everywhere.
Get it out of my room! – said Krzysztof.
– You could still live in the countryside and not interfere with the young family! We don't have enough space in this small room & ndash; the son-in-law replied.
– So take some things to the garage.
& ldquo; What if they get stolen from there? & rdquo; You can think of others, not only yourself. Parents should help their children. You live on two pensions, you haven't given a penny all the time.
Why do you ever need this apartment? You lived in the countryside for 7 months, you could have spent the winter there – the son-in-law was indignant.
– Cham from the tram … Take your things from my room and move out!
– Well then Okay! Don't you dare approach your granddaughter again. You are selfish old men who wanted to spit on your own daughter!
Barbara tried to calm her husband down, but it made no sense. Now my mother-in-law calls me and complains that she is not allowed to see her granddaughter at all, even though they live in the same apartment. Is this normal?
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Katrine Johns has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Gal Post, Katrine Johns worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my firstname.lastname@example.org 1-800-268-7128