How do you deal with toxic inlaws - MIL, SIL, BIL after spouse's infidelity?

Answer

You don't. If you're dealing with infidelity and not sure about the future of your marriage, this is a time for them to support you, or at the very least, to leave you alone. Take as much time as you need, and if you do decide that infidelity is a deal breaker and you want to move on, this is your decision and it should be respected, no matter what.

So if your in-law family is trying to get involved with "advice," politely express your thoughts to them and ask to respect your privacy and your decisions.

Updated on April 10, 2018

Original Article:

7 Spiritual Lessons From Your Narcissistic Mother-in-Law
By Lana Adler
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