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Co-dependant sister-in-law
December 3, 2001
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By all means, let the poor thing salute if it feels the need.

December 11, 2001
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I sure hope not, I am banking on a place to stay in the Bahamas

December 12, 2001
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We do indeed have more than one script here now don't we.

December 13, 2001
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Yeah, Molly. We did seem to go off on a tangent. I wonder what's going on with SuzyB? BTW, if we do end up meeting somewhere, I'm desperately afraid to fly (even before Sept 11) so I'll need to see if I can get some valium or something.

December 13, 2001
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SuzyB, you seem curious as to how this is going to turn out.
I'll hip you, not that you won't want to still expereince the wonder of marrying into a dysfunctional family for yourself.
But I actually married into a family that I had already saw treat a friend like sh*&. She was a childhood friend, and after I met my husband's family I found she was married to his brother. She told me horror stories of how her husband would belittle and threaten her when his dad was around to show that he was "IN CHARGE OF HIS HOUSE", She told me of how the sister constantly backed stabbed her , after she confided in her. And how the sister couldn't go anywhere without her husband. She even wised me up that the sister often "borrowed" my fiance credit cards (she had none, guess why), and then charged then up, and he paid them. That explained why he always told me no, when I wanted something. Before we were married , but were living together
I found the sister, had been responsible ,for giving my fiance's phone number , to another old aquaintenance, and
then leading the interfernce to keep me from finding out that they had spent the night together.( Sound familiar, I call it MY SISTER-IN-LAW is my husband's PIMP syndrome) All the while she was pretending to be my friend. Me and my now husband broke up for a year , I was so furious. I should have stayed gone.
My father-in-law, has once been heard to say the only thing
I needed for my birthday, was a good beating. But trust me when my then husband tried it, I put his ass in jail for the night.
He never raised a hand to me again,that was ten years ago. His family was furious , and said what kind of upbringing did I have , that I would put, my husband , and father of my children in jail. I told him what kind of family raised him to hit women. My friend tells me they have never forgiven me for that one. I DON'T GIVE A DAMN. They don't , mess with me anymore... None of them. But they still treat my other sister-in-law like crap,,,, most recently the sister, bought over my brother-in-law's old girlfreind(pimping again) ( the mother was sick, and she was once SOOO close to the family) , the b*tch,came dressed like she was going to a night club, and stayed all day. Meanwhile, I was so sicken , I persuaded my old friend/sister-in-law, to leave and take a walk with me.
We walked down to local bar and had a few drinks, and I just listened at how humilitated she was, that the family, and her husband would treat her that way. (After she had been at the sick mother bedside, cleaning her vomit for weeks).
It's no wonder.... you accept that crap , you get it.
She talks often of divorce , it has been 25 years ( I doubt it)
but I have asked my husband for one, for other reasons, but
I still hate his family. BTW-- they DON'T LIKE YOU.. NO MATTER WHAT YOU THINK.. CUZ YOU ARE BETTER THEM, and if they can bring you down to them , then they will get rid of you.
Your husband and his whole family are ill... and they are asking you to come join..... be my guest. But I thought you might like to know how it ends....

December 13, 2001
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SuzyB, you seem curious as to how this is going to turn out.
I'll hip you, not that you won't want to still expereince the wonder of marrying into a dysfunctional family for yourself.
But I actually married into a family that I had already saw treat a friend like sh*&. She was a childhood friend, and after I met my husband's family I found she was married to his brother. She told me horror stories of how her husband would belittle and threaten her when his dad was around to show that he was "IN CHARGE OF HIS HOUSE", She told me of how the sister constantly backed stabbed her , after she confided in her. And how the sister couldn't go anywhere without her husband. She even wised me up that the sister often "borrowed" my fiance credit cards (she had none, guess why), and then charged then up, and he paid them. That explained why he always told me no, when I wanted something. Before we were married , but were living together
I found the sister, had been responsible ,for giving my fiance's phone number , to another old aquaintenance, and
then leading the interfernce to keep me from finding out that they had spent the night together.( Sound familiar, I call it MY SISTER-IN-LAW is my husband's PIMP syndrome) All the while she was pretending to be my friend. Me and my now husband broke up for a year , I was so furious. I should have stayed gone.
My father-in-law, has once been heard to say the only thing
I needed for my birthday, was a good beating. But trust me when my then husband tried it, I put his ass in jail for the night.
He never raised a hand to me again,that was ten years ago. His family was furious , and said what kind of upbringing did I have , that I would put, my husband , and father of my children in jail. I told him what kind of family raised him to hit women. My friend tells me they have never forgiven me for that one. I DON'T GIVE A DAMN. They don't , mess with me anymore... None of them. But they still treat my other sister-in-law like crap,,,, most recently the sister, bought over my brother-in-law's old girlfreind(pimping again) ( the mother was sick, and she was once SOOO close to the family) , the b*tch,came dressed like she was going to a night club, and stayed all day. Meanwhile, I was so sicken , I persuaded my old friend/sister-in-law, to leave and take a walk with me.
We walked down to local bar and had a few drinks, and I just listened at how humilitated she was, that the family, and her husband would treat her that way. (After she had been at the sick mother bedside, cleaning her vomit for weeks).
It's no wonder.... you accept that crap , you get it.
She talks often of divorce , it has been 25 years ( I doubt it)
but I have asked my husband for one, for other reasons, but
I still hate his family. BTW-- they DON'T LIKE YOU.. NO MATTER WHAT YOU THINK.. CUZ YOU ARE BETTER THEM, and if they can bring you down to them , then they will get rid of you.
Your husband and his whole family are ill... and they are asking you to come join..... be my guest. But I thought you might like to know how it ends....

December 14, 2001
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oops sorry about that double -post, a little trigger happy on the keys,,,

December 21, 2001
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I have a hat for you and pleanty of sunblock, might grab a couple of sarong thingers the weather should be great, bring all your moisturizers, don't know what they will have down there, and weze gotta be looking good. We will get the Hagen daz franchise, and Starbucks,for work/fun/ What time are you leaving, I need a 5 hour head start !

December 22, 2001
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suzyblue,
In my oppinnion...nothing is going to get any better unless he gets his sister out of the picture or you get out yourself. If you want to be with him, you need to say... hey...I am your wife...I need to be heard... if you care about me at all and want to save this marriage...the sister has to go! And stick to it! Move far away from them if you have to...with or without the hubbie...You can work on the marriage as much as you want but, there will be no changes without a meeting of the minds between you and your husband...If he wants things to stay this way...get out! If he wants to be in this constant battle with sister and you then...that's the way he wants it and nothing will change.
You can just move away...If he loves you and can't live without you...he will follow...That one has worked on my husband a few times (wink, wink).

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