We're constantly writing articles about how to make a good first impression on your in-laws or how to keep the peace with a particularly difficult family member. It's hard — We SO get it. Merging families is never really easy, especially when mom or dad has to give up their little girl/boy to another person. While there will certainly be some struggles (for most of us), it shouldn't be so difficult that it sends you into a fit of tears or depletes your self-esteem. Here, anonymous Whisper brides revealed honest confessions about their MIL from hell. If you think your mother-in-law is bad, just wait until you read these. They'll make your mother-in-law look like Bambi. No, seriously.
Bring it on, biotch.
Ok, this isn't the 1950s anymore.
Glad you think so highly of your child.
Honesty is the best policy?
Sounds like she would be a terrible grandmother anyways.
Leave your opinion at the door.
There is such a thing as TMI, even in when it comes to family.
He can speak for himself, thank you very much.
Is that formal enough for you?
Yeah, that's a real sugar daddy/sugar baby situation you have going on there...
Ya know, except maybe the girl who pledged to spend the rest of her life with him and love him for all of his days, in sickness and in health. UGH.