Social Anxiety or social phobia is a mental condition wherein you find it very difficult to gel with people you meet at the social gathering or some family events. With the fear of getting judged or labeled, you feel uncomfortable.
Dealing with a difficult mother in law during pregnancy is like fighting two fights one for life and another one for sanity. I could understand her becoming the nastiest version of herself as soon as she becomes a mother in law.
How to deal with horrible in laws and not lose your mind. Staying with someone who cannot even stand you is no less than a pain one could undergo daily. In this blog, we will discuss nine ways to knock out the after- effects of staying with the horrible in laws.
We all make mistakes but only mothers in law are trained to find all of them. She will never be satisfied with what her daughter in law does, she will never appreciate her, she will hurt her and hate her for being herself, and then she expects her to forget her own family and treat there like her mother.
To understand the patterns you need to observe what they do repeatedly and preferably do when you are around. In this blog, I am going to help you to understand her behavior patterns in daily life, which might help you to define the boundaries right on time.
A mother in law could be awfully toxic, she will leave no room for any improvement in your relationship. She will rather prefer to be the self-possessed, self-loathing, drama queen who will eat up your mental peace.
Dealing with an insecure person and seeing him react to his insecurities makes you understand what direction that person is lacking. Insecurities are the result of self-loathing, lower self-esteem, or maybe some personal loss
Narcissists love to control and hate responsibility. They lie, they discriminate too. So, it’s only you who is responsible for your stance. One of the valuable tips to deal with an Indian narcissist mother in law is if your mother in law neglects you and makes you feel worthless, it’s her problem, not yours.
The majority of women report tension in their relationship with their mother-in-law. This sad situation got me thinking about the stereotypical mother-in-law/daughter-in-law relationship. Why do they find it so hard to accept us?