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Some Tips for Mothers-in-Law
Posted By:jasmin On 7/18/2004

Some Tips for Mothers-in-Law
We are all familiar with the persona of the stereotypical mother-in-law -- a woman generally portrayed with an intrusive and critical nature. Mothers-in-law are derided in comedy sketches, in horror stories, in books, and in real life.

A Mother-in-law, that person who is most frequently the butt of a lot of jokes. Mother-in-law, the person who is considered a meddler. Mother-in-law, the person who is considered a busybody. Mother-in-law, just saying the name conjures up all sorts of connotations!


Do all mothers-in-law live up to this nefarious reputation? Obviously not. But enough seem to play so powerful a role in the dynamics of their son's and/or daughter's marriage that warrants special attention.


How to be a good mother-in-law... infact Become an A+ Mother-In-Law.
Treat your daughter-in-law just like she is your daughter: Most importantly, treat your daughter-in-law like family from the very beginning. This will help both of you bond and establish a loving relationship that is sure to last. If they come to visit; talk to her like she is your own. Become her companion and helper - one who can give her peace and comfort and repose in her struggle with the rough-and-tumble of raising a family and running a home.
Arriving at her home: When you arrive at her home, if she apologizes for the mess, tell her you didn't come to see the house - you came to see her. Ignore any mess, it's unimportant. After all, she is her husband's companion and helpmate, and is responsible for the affairs of the household, the physical and emotional well-being and the training of the children.
Be warm: Touch her, hug her, whatever your heart tells you to do. Remember she is now your daughter and try your utmost to treat her as such.
Exchange gifts and remember her: While you are with her, keep vigilant; you will pick up on her wishes and tastes. Surprise her with little things that you know she will like. She will love you for remembering. When you buy gifts, don't give your son,daughter/s and grandchildren something spectacular,and your daughter-in-law some little trinket. Try to look for something for her just like you do for your own children. Remember to desire for her what you would desire for yourself.
Ask her for her opinion: We're never too old to learn new things. She will appreciate seeing the things that she has taught you. Ask her for her opinion in certain matters and acknowledge that you appreciate her advice. Ask her for her views and opinion as often as possible on matters big or small. It is not enough for daughters-in-law to understand mothers-in-law. Mothers-in-law must accord daughters-in-law the privilege of understanding them. Share knowledge and confide in one another as often as possible regardless of what they say about rarely confiding in those who are better than we are. Whenever possible allow her to participate in the decision making pertaining to family matters.
Talk to her: Talk with her, often in private if that is possible. Sit down and have a conversation with your daughter-in-law. Don't tear into her by giving the third-degree. You won't be respected if you're intimidating. The tone should thus be one of mutual respect, kindness, love and compassion and harmonious mother daughter-in-law interaction between the two.
Advice: Remember unsolicited advice is not useful, and may be taken as criticism.Try not to give advice ALL the time unless it is asked for, although that may be difficult. You probably have given more than you should. Help them to bear responsibilities which would be difficult or impossible for them to handle on their own. Try to be supportive and helpful but not intrusive.Offer support but don't push. Avoid prying into their affairs and avoid taking sides whenever arguments arise.
Do not ridicule or unnecessarily criticize her. Avoid one upmanship. Do not compete with your daughter-in-law. Show your love openly for her. Dont criticize your child in front of his or her spouse and dont criticize the spouse. Neither one appreciates this.
Flaws: Look for the good in her. Don't look for the flaws. Nobody is perfect and no-one marries a perfect being.
Feelings: Try to be interested in the feelings of your daughter-in-law. Try not to overshadow her; with your interest only in your granchildren and son. Try to show interest in her well-being,also. Try to show her the same attention and make her feel loved and wanted. She is to be regarded and treated as a human individual whose character and personal attainments, her modesty and dignity and her role as wife and mother are the sources of status and respect within the family structure.
Be a good listener: Sometimes that is all your daughter-in-law wants.
Household Chores: Encourage her husband (your son) to help his wife with the household chores whenever possible. Remind him that our Beloved Nabee(Sallallahu Alayhi Wasallam) did it and that he highly recommended that we follow his example.
Visits: Do not be insistent on them to visit. Do not expect or want everyone to spend every holiday or weekend with you. Sometimes they just would like to have a holiday or spend time on their own. Don't complain that visits with your children and grandchildren are too infrequent. If your son visits you, don't insist that it should be every month and then call him to make sure that it is. Be content with whatever time he can give you. Appreciate and respect their privacy so that mutual love can develop. Dont try to force your married children to spend time with their married siblings. They are old enough to arrange their own time together. ("My mother-in-law is constantly suggesting that we should entertain my brother and his wife every week. We love them, but neither of us has the time, money or desire to do so."). This can create problems.
Mother-in-laws will: In order to maintain a stable and permanent relationship do not impose your will on the children. Bear in mind at all times that we are all surrounded by a network of many other relationships with relatives and friends. This also gives each partner his or her own life apart from the spouse, with many other satisfying relationships, emotional outlets and sources of support.
Telephone calls: When you call them, if your daughter-in-law answers;talk to her and hold a conversation then ask to speak to your son and granchildren. There is nothing worse then feeling like you don't matter.
Dont correct your grandchildren constantly: nor should you expect perfection. Everyone has their own idea's on discipline. Enjoy them. Rearing them is not the mother-in-law's responsibility.
Special Plans: Dont insist to be included when your married children tell you of some special plans. If they want to include you they will. Do not force your company on them if they decide to go away for a while to be on their own. Learn to respect their decisions.
Don't control: Part of the problem between mother-in-laws and daughter-in-laws is about "control". Sometimes new wives see their mothers-in-law as a threat or a possible enemy. Any mother-in-law that tries to control their child when they are grown and married is cheating herself out of a possibility of a relationship with the daughter-in-law. Marriage in Islam is not a sacrament but rather a legal, binding contract between your son and your daughter-in-law which establishes the permanence and responsibility of their relationship, an acceptance of one another as spouses with mutual commitment to live together and to be mindful of their responsibilities to one another in all aspects of their interaction.
Matters remain Private: "My mother-in-law tells other family members about problems we discuss": It is important that private discussions and the welfare of the daughter-in-law remain just that -- private.
Avoid back-biting and Fithnah. Remember you have gained another daughter who would appreciate your motherly help, encouragement and support.
Look for things you have in common. The most important is that you BOTH love your son(her husband) and want what's best for him. She should love and obey her husband (your son) and for his part he (your son) should be considerate and concerned for her welfare. Encourage your son and daughter-in-law to provide a loving atmosphere in their home and consistent approach to training in which the entire family can reinforce and support one another.
If you don't like each other, at least try to be civil to each other. Remember, your son is married to this person. If you don't respect your daughter-in-law, you just might destroy your relationship with your son and any grandchildren. Be tolerant and forbearing in your interaction even when there are differences or friction of one sort or another. It is essential that family ties must not be severed due to any differences. In such a relationship strains and problems sometimes do arise. When they do, they should be dealt with within the family unit by showing tolerance and patience.
Different to you: Your daughter-in-law will most likely do things differently than you. If it bothers you, just smile and bear it. Don't try to dictate how things should be done. In the end, the little details aren't important. Don't let them cause tension between you.
Showing Support and Love: Show your love openly in order to be loved. Tolerance and mutual respect is basically a stable and viable institution where there exists understanding and genuine love. Is it not said that love knows hidden paths. Make it known to your daughter-in-law that her role as mother and wife is regarded as being of the highest importance, the most serious and challenging responsibility she could have. Make it known that, she has your support since you have been down that route(ie. as a daughter-in-law).
Son-in-law: If you happen to be a mother-in-law to your daughter's husband( son-in-law), love him and treat him just as if he were your son and the above guidelines will be equally applicable.

What about Fathers-in-Law ?
Traditionally, however, it appears to be the mother-in-law with whom these issues emerge. Needless to say, some of the comments above may be relevant to fathers-in-law as well as mothers-in-law. In order to sustain the key elements of a wonderful relationship with your daughter-in-law/ son-in-law a concerted EFFORT is to be made in establishing and maintaining it. Nonetheless, as this article has concentrated on the mother-in-law; it is not intended to portray a one sided approach or to demonise her; Equally to sustain and mantain this balance; it would demand that the daughter-in-law/ son-in-law play their part. As the cliche' goes: "It takes two hands to clap". It is not within the scope of this article to address the latter.

Wouldn't every mother-in-law like to hear these comments from her daughter-in-law ? "Jazakallah , for being there for me and for raising your son to be the best husband and father anyone could ask for. You are not just my Mother in Law, you ARE my Mother!."

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10/16/2009உலக நாயகனிடம் வெளிப்பட்ட பார்ப்பன பக்திjaks
10/6/2009மரணத்தின் பிடியில் ஊமைக்குளம் !Hajas
8/30/2009Google - புத்தகங்களும் இனி இலவசம் ...ganik70
8/23/2009India behind Lanka's victory over LTTE: BookHajas
6/29/2009சமுதாயச் சேவையே என்னுயிர் மூச்சு ! - எம். அப்துர் ரஹ்மான் பேட்டி!peer
6/13/2009Stock Brokers Enter Real Estate Sectorstmohideen
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5/18/2009HISTORY OF LTTEHajas
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3/26/2009Young Indians say 'no thanks' to American dreamHajas
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3/15/2009Gujarat- Reality TodayHajas
1/22/2009இஸ்லாம் போராளிகள் மத‌மா ? ‍ ப‌. சித‌ம்ப‌ர‌ம்jasmin
12/31/2008மதுரை உட்பட 9 மாவட்டங்களில் பாஸ்போர்ட் விண்ணப்பிக்க ஆன்லைனில் பதிவு கட்டாயம்sohailmamooty
12/6/2008Why Pakistan won’t give up lashkarHajas
11/23/2008தன்னம்பிக்கைjasmin
11/3/2008சேரிக்குள் தஞ்சமடையும் அமெரிக்க கனவுHajas
10/30/2008Who is sitting on the top of the World?peer
10/15/2008Help the People in Assamjasmin
9/29/2008Why a bias against Jamia Nagar?Hajas
9/21/2008AN OPEN LETTER TO THE PRIME MINISTER OF INDIAHajas
6/15/2008எது பெண்ணுரிமை?jasmin
5/18/2008The Male Brain vs. The Female BrainHajas
4/24/2008A Messiah for our time: Muhammed (PBUH) - Khushwant Singhpeer
4/10/2008The Last Days of Cheap Chinese ProductsHajas
12/21/2007Beware !! It can happen to anyoneHajas
11/13/2007Indians are living beyond means: SurveyHajas
11/5/2007Frontier takes Pak troops away from India borderHajas
11/1/2007Silence of the lambs: Gujaratpeer
10/28/2007Catching inflation by the tailHajas
10/17/2007Roads Near Kabul Grow DangerousHajas
10/4/2007Upholding family valuesHajas
9/3/2007Naxals-LTTE nexus in Tamil Nadu: An Alliance in the Making?jasmin
8/28/2007Jaffna, a nightmare for journalistsHajas
8/26/2007While Buying FurnitureHajas
8/22/2007The nuclear deal: key issues and political circumstancesHajas
8/20/2007Words Of WisdomHajas
8/20/2007Sardarji Jokesjasmin
8/15/2007India at 60Hajas
8/14/2007Indians most proud of their culture: SurveyHajas
7/30/2007Indian family values intact: SurveyHajas
7/20/2007It's a miracle planes land safely in IndiaHajas
7/17/2007Indias Automakers Face Big Hurdles in Pursuing Global AmbitionsHajas
6/23/2007How the India's Other Half LivesHajas
6/23/2007When you lose your passportHajas
6/19/2007Patils wrong on veil: HistoriansHajas
6/18/2007Iraq: Hundreds Go Missing or Get Killed at CheckpointsHajas
6/7/2007Mohammad to be number one boys name in BritainHajas
5/28/2007U.S. Role in Lebanon DebacleHajas
5/28/2007Militants Widen Reach as Terror Seeps Out of IraqHajas
5/26/2007'My brain will not let go'Hajas
4/26/2007Great Emperor Mohaiyuddeen Muhammad AurangazebHajas
4/18/2007India s Most ExpensiveHajas
4/7/2007India goes bananas over its 'future'Hajas
3/31/2007It's Performance, Not Position that CountsHajas
3/29/2007HOW HAPPY IS LIFE WITHOUT A GIRLFRIEND ;-)Hajas
3/25/2007why kids cheat?zulfa
3/24/2007More Factszulfa
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3/22/2007Factszulfa
3/18/2007Pearls of Wisdomzulfa
3/10/20077 dont's after a mealHajas
2/24/2007Drunk DrivingHajas
2/19/2007Muslim fertility fall sharper than restHajas
2/7/2007Why married men shouldn't go abroad alone ?Hajas
2/6/2007Caste clouds India's high hopesHajas
1/25/2007`Who cares for the fate of victims?'Hajas
1/21/2007Frustrated MomHajas
1/18/2007The best moments in lifeHajas
12/23/2006FAMILYHajas
12/17/2006Haj subsidy unIslamic, use that money on our education, healthpeer
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12/6/2006Why Women Cry Easily !Hajas
11/18/2006Quiz - a Different TypeHajas
10/28/2006Jokesjasmin
10/3/2006Dr. Zakir Naik has invited Pope Benedict XVIHajas
9/18/2006An insufficient apologypeer
7/22/2006Beauty of Maths!peer
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6/7/2006A SMALL BUT LOVELY STORYHajas
4/26/2006Dubai's relentless construction boompeer
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10/8/2005Attributes of allahbasidh
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10/1/2005Indias Educational Surveychat2musad
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9/9/2005Natural Disaster- Katrina Vs. Mumbai Rainschat2musad
8/27/2005Measuring The Rainfallchat2musad
8/23/2005My experiences on July 26 in Mumbai Rain (Tamil)takani
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7/3/2005Daddy, why did we have to attack Iraq?peer
5/23/2005Women should rethink displays of overt sexualitypeer
4/4/2005April Fool's DayHajas
2/6/2005Tricky Englishjasmin
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