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  1. Stick to your guns about them not eating your food, especially since they are overweight to begin with. Tell them you're mother packed exactly what she wanted you to eat and you are not getting any more...

    3 Answers · Family & Relationships · 16/05/2008

  2. Call her and tell her what she's doing. Tell her that she can't just go running to your dad and complaning, that you're a big girl now, and that your dad yelling at you isn't going to change anything, that she's still not...

    1 Answers · Family & Relationships · 10/08/2010

  3. One day at a time! Remeber, the most important things in life cannot be repeated, replaced or redone. Be there when you are needed. A childs basketball game, your family reunion. Work is work...

    7 Answers · Family & Relationships · 20/09/2006

  4. We live far from our family because of the military, so I am not in that position, but I do think a balance is important. We would like to live closer to our parents in the future anyway, so we will have to figure it out too! I think for major...

    9 Answers · Family & Relationships · 14/09/2009

  5. I'm sure many retired men would love to have someone giving them money, who wouldn't. It sounds like your father-in-law isn't the most honest person. If I knew someone went into my confidential papers...

    4 Answers · Family & Relationships · 26/06/2014

  6. Here's the thing -- which you won't know until you have kids of your own -- It's not that your brother is the 'favorite.' but rather, he needs more help than you! No, I would not give the Mom money which she might give to...

    4 Answers · Family & Relationships · 15/08/2013

  7. some are burdened with the proportion they could bear , still any one who enjoys by putting stress on others is not a fair practise for them , be patient and wait for your turn all will be ok provided you carry the burden patiently to escape from...

    8 Answers · Family & Relationships · 01/11/2007

  8. Should have thought about that before squirting out another kid, huh? It's not the 14 year old kids fault that you dumped them. Suck it up and pay it. Get child support for the one you have now. Your older children...

    4 Answers · Family & Relationships · 26/07/2007

  9. I would think that as long as you and your husband both agree on when to visit I don't see a problem. I would keep the get family visits to holidays only. Pick the ones you want to attend and leave it at that. Keep it social but beyond that, you'll pass...

    5 Answers · Family & Relationships · 25/01/2014

  10. For me, I usually go to my parents with most of my life decisions simply because I feel better when I obtain their approval, or should I say IF I OBTAIN THEIR APPROVAL...

    42 Answers · Family & Relationships · 19/09/2007

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