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For Parents of A Married Son

Be cautious in critising the in-laws of your son; he may not like it even if you are right.

Avoid being critic with bad taste, you will be the loser.

Your son is married and he is neutral to both the sides, non-biased for any.

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  1. Actually it is respecting each-other and deciding limit of interference that matters.
    The same applies to married daughter also.


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