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Healthcare worker asks if she was wrong to refuse to make dinner for mother-in-law after hard shift.

Healthcare worker asks if she was wrong to refuse to make dinner for mother-in-law after hard shift.

We're supposed to be supporting healthcare workers more than ever this year — but apparently one nurse's mother-in-law didn't get that memo.

A nurse has taken to Reddit to ask if she was in the wrong after she refused to make dinner for her mother-in-law, who showed up at her house unannounced and uninvited. Some of her in-laws are pissed at her for being "overly snarky" with her husband's mom, but she thinks she was in the right.

She says the mom has always been "controlling and intrusive":

I (27F) have been married to my HB [husband] (28M) for 3 years, together 5. Right away I noticed how his mother was so controlling and intrusive. He had to have a shared bank account with her, If she wanted something done he complied, If she made a demand he caved. Now I am a very outspoken person who doesn't take alot of crap so when she tried this stuff with me and I refused to bend to her will it did not go well. I swear she had never heard the word NO in her life.

Sources: Reddit
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