Ideally, when you get married, your partner will become good friends with your entire family, and everyone will live in gorgeous harmony.
But personality differences, petty squabbles, and basic incompatibilities get in the way of that, which means there can be trouble in paradise with the in-laws.
The easiest course of action is to keep the peace in person, then go off and complain later behind closed doors. But there are times when people simply cannot contain their dislike of an in-law, and it makes everyone around them uncomfortable.
AITA for not defending my sister after my husband said “good luck, you’ll need it marrying her” to her fiancé?
My husband used to get along with my family until my sister falsely accused him of cheating on me. He understandably doesn’t like her anymore but he’s usually civil toward her. My sister recently announced her engagement and while everybody congratulated her my husband turned to her fiancé and said “good luck, you’ll need it marrying her.”