DEAR DEIDRE: MY wife’s parents won’t accept that our marriage has got back on track. They don’t want to see me.
We’re in our fifties and have been married for 25 years.
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We hit a bad patch about six years ago and reluctantly split up to stop all the rows.
We had three miserable years apart and I’m over the moon that we’ve got back together again, but my wife’s parents won’t let me go to family get-togethers with her.
I’ve told her it’s fine if she goes on her own, but she won’t.
My parents are happy for me and my wife, so why can’t her parents be?
DEIDRE SAYS: Perhaps they sided heavily with your wife during the break-up and don’t want to admit they were wrong.
The important thing is you’ve encouraged your wife to maintain the bond between them. It’s her choice what she wants to do.
Let things be, your in-laws may change their minds.
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