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Old 06-23-2022, 06:56 AM
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It is rude of them to avoid committing as to whether they will come to your house or not and I don't blame you for being annoyed. Do they feel welcome at your house? My suggestion is to clean the house and if they stop then great and if not then you get to enjoy a clean house. Talk to hubs and then ask him to do all of the communicating with his parents about this. Its never works for DIL’s to do this.

I also read that the greatest sadness for older people is when they stop feeling needed and end up feeling useless. I would tread very softly on this point. Good luck.


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