My mother-in-law has been my best friend for over 30 years. She has been the one to keep me grounded, get me out of the house, and most importantly, help me grow into the woman I am today. She has also been there when I needed her most.
My mother-in-law is the best friend you could ever ask for. She is so strong, she can walk away from you at any time. She will not only help you with your parenting, but also get you to the things you want and needs in life.
With mother-in-law, you are never alone with your problems. She will be with you no matter what you do, who you are, or how you’re feeling. She will be there when you have a heart attack or get a bad haircut and help you get back on track. She will be there when you run out of money, or when you need a new bed. She will be there for you until the day you die.
I feel like a lot of people feel like they can’t trust their mothers anymore. They feel like they can’t call them on their bad behavior. They feel like they can’t even be friends with them.
And it’s a problem because when these people are around, they make you feel bad even when you don’t want to. This is called “emotional contagion.” The more people you see around you, the more likely you are to develop a bad attitude. Not that this is something we should be worried about, of course. It’s just the way life works.
It’s a very bad habit to be on autopilot when you have your mother-in-law around. When you’re on autopilot, you’re more likely to be depressed and anxious, both times when I was younger, and then when I was a kid I was worried about how I was going to do something. But then when it’s time to get on autopilot, you’re more likely to be depressed and anxious.
You see, when you have your mother-in-law around, you can do things like pick a fight with her, not care if you get in trouble, and then in a few days you just get depressed and anxious. You have to get on autopilot when you have your mother-in-law around. It just happens.
The same phenomenon happens to you, when you’re on autopilot. You have to get on autopilot when you have your mother-in-law around. It just happens.
This applies to women as well. Women tend to get depressed and anxious when they feel undervalued by their husbands, which is why they are more likely to divorce. The more power they have in the marriage, the more apt they are to be depressed and anxious. This is why you may see women in couples therapy with the husbands, saying, “I feel like I’m losing my power in the marriage because I’m so undervalued by my husband.
In my experience, when a wife feels undervalued, she tends not to be as concerned with her husband’s feelings as she is about hers. In some ways that makes sense because women have a much more fragile marriage than men do. But in other ways it makes sense because women tend to be more dependent than men, and thus have less power.