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You’re about to get married at our premier wedding venue in DFW and have a brand new set of parents, also called, in-laws! Having a healthy relationship with your in-laws can be hard, and it doesn’t make it any easier that every pop-culture joke is about how in-laws are the worst. It is fully possible to have a healthy relationship, and even be friends, with your in-laws leading up to the wedding and continuing forth.
If you’re over at their house, offer help and don’t show up empty handed! These are basics of being a guest, but it goes a long way to make sure that your in-laws know that you care. Not only is this a kind gesture, but it will give you unique quality time to really get to know each other.
Spend quality time with and without your fiancé/spouse there! This one sounds a little scary, but in the long run, it will be time you are thankful for. If your fiancé’s mother asks you to go to the farmer’s market with her, just go! It will be a memory that you will share and will lay down a solid foundation early on.
Lastly, remember to be thankful for them. They have brought your fiancé to where they are in life in order to meet you and be getting married to you. In the end, you all want what is best for your fiancé and future spouse. Even if you are not best friends with your in-laws, keeping a healthy relationship with them is important to your relationship as you will be spending time and holidays with them. Some relationships with in-laws take more time, patience, and nurturing than others, but in the long run they are your family.