Thursday, 9 April 2009

Daughter OUT lawed...what does it mean?

After a few years of marriage and the usual ups and downs with the in-laws and not knowing whether all this was normal I have decided to share my views and experiences to the rest of the world in the hope to unite others who feel like this and get advice for myself (selfishly) and others from those who have managed to find the secret of survival with the in-laws. Do you feel that instead of becoming part of your husbands family they have kept you on the side line? Well then..WELCOME to Daughter OUT Law!

Tired of the trying hard to please the in-laws, the constant battle between modern life in the western world and the traditional values of an indian daughter-in-law, the promises to your parents you made as a child seemingly more distant, the arguements with the man you love, the guilt for arguing and making him choose between his wife and parents...and the millions of other dilemmas that are created once you go from a single indian girl to a married daughter-in-law, I hope this will become a window to every daughter-in-laws life not to bash the in-laws but to share the experience, knowledge and advice in the hope for sanity.

AND...before you think this is just the girls view my Husband will also be sharing his views in this he feels, are his parents right? or his wife? whose side should he take..Parents who have brought him up to be the man he is today or Wife who will grow old with him and bring up his children..till death do us part! Why is there a constant battle once a son gets married and what is the future for the next generation of in-laws... So men and women Welcome to Daughter Outlawed...a place for all of us to let off some steam when married life just gets a little too much to handle!

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