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    It may be something to consider if I have another baby as I will have to have another ceaser but I couldn't handle the fil. I wouldn't go to live with them though but would help out his parents if they needed it. I could probably only handle something temporary though especially if it involved the fil.

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    I did live with mil for nearly two years when DH and I first started dating. It was borderline bearable. Now I would def live with them for 6-12 months if it meant we could get into our own house quicker etc, but I would never have them come live with us. I would not get the respect I offer, and that would cause tension.

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    We considered it but they live SOOOO differently to us .... They smoke in there house and with two kids there was no way we would have lasted ..... They live about 5-10 mins away from us where my side live 30+ mins away and my side visit more frequently and for longer periods they stay for anything from 15 mins to 2.5 hrs NOT joking but if we did that we'd never here he end of it lol

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    Personally no I couldnt. Love her but we would drive each other bonkers. I couldnt live with my Mum again either though

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    Would I live with my MIL?
    Not unless one of us was dust in an urn on the mantelpiece.

    OP, I don't think you are being selfish at all.

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    Dh and I lived with mil for a long while. It was a tense time. It made our relationship.... um. We put up with each other cos we had to sort of thing. We were defs better around each other when not livjng under the same roof. It could of been worse tho. I wouldnt do it again.

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    I really like my MIL but I would avoid living with her.
    She is a strong and outspoken woman whom we call 'the velvet sledgehammer'.
    It would not be pretty.

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    We don't live in the same house but my mil lives next door to us and that's close enough and still drives me insane lol she just walks into my house likes she owns it and takes over try's to override my parenting and grrr I am counting down the days into we move away lol small doses I think living to close has ruined out relationship and mother and daughter in law sadly

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    I get along well with my mil and if in a desperate situation could live with her.
    But to be honest I wouldn't do it by choice...
    I think it would greatly impact our s3x life and also that I just love to walk around naked or in my pjs or topless or bottomless... Or bra less and I wouldn't be able to do that.
    I also like not sharing a bathroom.

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    Hell no! But dh would never want to anyway!


 

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