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Improving Your Relationship with Your In-Laws

Everyone has stories about in-laws, but love ‘em or hate ‘em, they are the people who raised your spouse. Life is certainly easier if you get along well with your in-laws, especially as the holidays are fast-approaching. As in anything, your relationship can improve with a little effort. Go out of your way to get to know them and spend time with them. If they are totally driving you nuts, it’s better to let your spouse deal with it than to confront them yourself. E-How offers 7 tips on how to improve your relationship with these important people.

Posted: 12/18/07