Top ten tips to become a perfect mother-in-law

The bond and relationship between the two important characters in a family, mother-in-law and daughter-in-law, is very important. The happiness and contentment of the family totally depends on these two phenomenon persons. Here it is tried to give few tips, check here for some tips.

Treat her like a daughter
Right from the start itself, treat your daughter-in-law like a member of your family, not like an outsider. This will help both of you with bond and establish a long lasting relationship.

Be warm
There is something magically therapeutic about the human touch. Hence, whenever you feel your daughter-in-law is stressed, touch her, hug her and hold her hand.

Confide in her
Just like you would not hesitate to tell your daughter anything, show the same trust and confidence in your daughter-in-law.

Respect and compliment her
Show her the due respect she deserves and compliment her at every chance you get. Tell her what a wonderful wife and mother she is. Remember, no one tires of hearing sincere compliments.

Remember her when you are shopping
Everyone loves a surprise gifts and your daughter-in-law is no different. So when you set out to pick up something for yourself or other family members, make sure to pick up something for her too, things you know she will like. She will love you for remembering.

Ask her for her opinion
Share knowledge and confide in one another as often as possible. Whenever possible, as her for her views and opinion, and let her be an active participant of the family's decision making.

Stop meddling
Yes it's your son she's married, but remember, he is her husband now. Allow her to live her life and do things she likes and in the way she likes to get them done, especially if the couple have their own house.

Do not ridicule or criticize her unnecessarily
Remember, you are not in competition with each other, but need to mutually co-exist. Don't criticize her or ridicule something she's done in front of the whole family. It is humiliating and could leave her harbouring hatred for you.

Beware of unsolicited advice
She may be young but not a kid. Steer clear of dishing out unsolicited advice at the drop of a hat. It could be taken as interference and criticism.


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