Couldn’t have said it better!
A Guest Post by wordssetmefreee
Lately, we seem to be discussing a lot of situations regarding dil-mil issues. In India, I’ve commonly heard this advice being given to dils: “C’mon, cut your mil some slack. Wait until you become one. Then you will feel the same way. Understand her insecurities. How would YOU feel when your son gets married and moves away?”
But these are not dil-mil issues. At the root, these are husband-wife issues. The mil is not a monster (am not referring to exceptions here). Some mils are good people and some are not. They are human, like everyone else, and come in many shades of goodness/badness. The average Indian mil is not inherently evil. Rather, the husband is being an escapist and is reaping a double advantage here.
The previous generation mil is not evil, she is feeling insecure because
– she’s never been given an education…
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