How to Survive Your In-Laws: Advice from Hundreds of Married Couples Who Did
Hundreds of Heads Books, Mar 1, 2009 - Family & Relationships - 160 pages
As every couple discovers when they get married, you don't just acquire a spouse when you wed — you get the whole family! Whether it’s navigating a culture clash, kibitzing in marital squabbles, spoiling the grandkids, or ducking out on the holidays, this book can help. Those who’ve lived to tell about it weigh in here. Packed with stories, advice, humor, and the hard-won wisdom of hundreds of others who’ve survived those problems and more, this fun, fast-paced book is a perfect — and useful — engagement or wedding gift.
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Readers preparing to meet their in-laws for the first time or trying to coexist with a "monster-in-law" have come to the right place. After interviewing hundreds of couples across the country ... Read full review
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