HERE’S THIS WEEK’S ASK THE MORNING AFTER:
Dear Morning After,
I would like your opinion and desperate for help so that this I can relax this Thanksgiving. My husband and I have been married for 3 years and every year since he insists we spend Thanksgiving with his family. When we dated the 2 years prior to our nuptials we alternated Thanksgiving with both of our families. I have been asking my husband to go back to alternating but he refuses and uses having to travel a couple of hours as an excuse for not going to my parents with my brothers and sisters and their families.
Last Thanksgiving was the worst because a couple of my sister’s in-law have never liked me and have been sneaky in their nasty jabs and insults. I was in tears on the way home and my husband told me I was over reacting. Oh, did I mention that one of my sister’s in-law is a former girlfriend of my husbands?
I would love to spend a Thanksgiving with my family and feel that it would be in the best interest of my marriage. I wish our home wasn’t so tiny would be thrilled to cook and entertain both of our families but 30 people will spill out the doors.
Please help I will take any advice you can give,
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