07 Aug '11, 12pm

Handle her with care A bride-to-be dreads living with her future husband's aunt, whose nosiness and bad-mouthing has cau

Handle her with care A bride-to-be dreads living with her future husband's aunt, whose nosiness and bad-mouthing has cau

I'M getting married to a divorcee with two children, but the problem is his adopted aunt, who has been staying with their family for 30 years. She is a busybody and likes to talk bad about everybody. She used to quarrel over everything with my in-laws; they had chased her out of the house a few times. Sometimes, when my husband is not around, she will talk bad about his ex-wife and my in-laws. When I refuse to listen and walk away, she says I lack manners. I've caught her hitting my pet puppy while it was sleeping - she claimed it tried to bite her when she wanted to touch it. Her daughters, aged 26 and 29, are staying with us too. She uses our household items when we're not around, but scolds us if we use her daughters' things by mistake. When I point that out, she becomes sarcastic. How do I let her know that I dislike her attitude, in a gentle way? Helpless Bride-To-Be ...

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