Author: dragonbridge

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Post time 2003-11-4 17:50:42 |Display all floors

way to avoid friction!

The more Mother -in-law and daughter-in-law spend time together,the bigger the frictions exist in them.
there is a saying "out of sight ,out of mind"
so why dont adop it to avoid unnecessary conflict.

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Post time 2003-11-4 18:39:01 |Display all floors

Every mother less or more has this feeling:

It is you (daughter-in-law) who take my son away. So just be tolerate to her (mother-in-law).

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Post time 2003-11-4 20:31:42 |Display all floors

guess3times >>>>

You've told us a funny story about the Chinese tradition..but the mum hasn't really lost her son or daughter why does she have such a consideration?

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Post time 2003-11-5 09:35:51 |Display all floors

It's chinese tradition

In china there is an old saying like this, mother likes her son better than she likes her daughter; father likes his daughter better than he likes his son.When the daughter is getting married, father feels as if he losed  his soul; but when the son marrys to his girlfriend, mother feels as if his son will be dying. All this is because of the emotional feeling.

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Post time 2003-11-5 15:23:32 |Display all floors

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it appears that you are not married. because you take everything too easy, too ideal. sure, we are family, but still we are individual person, have our own feelings, passions, motives, and cause......
family is a complex institute, you should take it carefully.......

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Post time 2003-11-7 16:34:37 |Display all floors

parents-in-law aren't parents

don't live with parents or parents-in-law

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Post time 2003-11-10 19:11:23 |Display all floors

Can love last after marriage?

Do husband and wife lose the interests and the romantic feelings after 2 or three years marriage life?

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