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How is your significant other/husband’s relationship with his parents?




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      Tuliplady wrote Mar 4, 2012
    • In a word... distant.

      His dad passed away when he was 21 and hubby didn’t have a great relationship with him.  He loves his mom, but really doesn’t have much to do with her.  He calls her every few months and once in awhile we’ll spend Christmas together, but unless she calls or comes to visit, that’s about the extent of it.   He can barely stand his mom’s husband but appreciates that fact that Bob takes good care of Mom.




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      Frannie1964 wrote Mar 4, 2012
    • My husbands mom passed away 3 years ago and his dad lives in the Philippines. He comes down to visit on the big holidays like Christmas and Thanksgiving. Other then that he doesn’t hear from him at all.




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      Diane17 wrote Mar 5, 2012
    • Distant.




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      Marya1961 wrote Mar 6, 2012
    • His dad passed away, we would see him and hub’s mother for holidays and when the family gets together...he still just sees his mom for special occasions.




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      Angelcart wrote Mar 8, 2012
    • My husband only has his mother (she’s 89).  He calls her every other day and visits regulary.  He won’t miss a Christmas, Thanksgiving or ANYTHING.  He always say’s “well it could be her last“.  Ok, that’s great BUT.....it could also be MY mothers last who is fighting cancer!  Or I like to remind him I could walk out and get hit by a bus.....we have no guarantees.




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