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Can You Live With Your Husband's Younger Sister?

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But sometimes, it is just normal for families to visit and spend some time with you.

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If she's anything like me or my sis, yes!

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I will not live with my husband and any other woman. Women tend to get along for the most part until one or both are PMSing. Women fight and disagree and things tend to turn physical. The last thing i want to have to do is knock his sister in the face and cause her to loose a couple of teeth. He might not forgive me for that.

poo if i will beat the living hell out my own sister what makes you think i wont do it to his. There can only be one Queen Bee in my house and that is me. Visit for a while, until your welcome is gone, then leave. I am not going to open my home to open ended visits even my sister has a timeline, she has 2 weeks max, as long as she comes to visit after PMS. Any more time over 2 weeks and she is libel to get cused the hell out.

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See what i mean?

They are jst bound to misbehave.Its only normal.

I can't!!!

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oh i did live with my husband's younger sister for like 4 months, everything was going well until i have no idea what happened but she became kinda mean to me, maybe it was because i was depending on her for everything after moving to a new city without my husband present, so i tried to keep to myself and mind my own business, i got a job, and started to work more hours at work so they don't see me all the time, i left for work at 6am came back at 11pm, until i got an appartment and moved out, where i forgot to give her my new address which made things worse to the point i had an arguement with my husband over the whole mess, so i wouldn't advice any new wife to do that, except if she is best friends with her husband's sister.

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Nah,i wouldn't want to live wit ma hubby's relatives.We can alwaz get her an apartment.

And yea!!same applies to ma relatives.

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No relatives'll inhabit my marriage,whether it's his or mine. Visit for as long as you like. But live together? No frigging way. It almost always opens avenues for stuff you wouldn't wish on anyone.You're not only supposed to learn from your mistakes, you're supposed to learn from other people's as well.

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i bet she'll prolly say yes to that, but to be its not easy to live with ones husband or wife but most esp husband relatives oooo

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This question is rather confusing, do you mean I get married to my husband and he takes me to live with his younger sister or can his younger sister live with us in our home?

I'll answer both: first question - No way! be it with younger or older sister or any of his relatives for that matter - as in I would never go and live with them. I married my husband so I should be with him not them.

2. I would allow any of his sisters or relatives to live with us so long as they are not mischief makers. As soon as I suspect they are I send them packing.

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I wouldn't encourage it. But if you must, you should have a non-threatening talk with your spouse, so he can lay down certain rules before any problem arises. But you, too, must also take a large pill of patience and be ready for some occasional unpleasant situations in the days ahead.

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what do you do to a husband that always tell you lies?

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what do you do to a husband that always tell you lies?

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