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    Jan 17, 2019, 12:38 PM
    Son-in-law picks fights with my daughter
    My son-in-law is very rude and disrespects me and my husband. When we are over at there house; he seems to pick fights with my daughter (his wife)--it seems that nothing she does is good enough or she did it all wrong. He is constantly saying things to her making her feel bad--even in front of company. I find myself biting my lip because I am totally ashamed of the way he acts. She has tried to talk to him about the issues, but he just says he does not care. He is known to be anti-social and will stay in his room when people are there. He is very negative and just getting worse. How can I help her? They do have a child together that I would like to see more but not if I have to be part of his bad behavior. She has lost many friends in the meantime; people do not want to be around him. He hasn't always been this bad.
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    Jan 17, 2019, 04:16 PM
    Have you and your daughter spoken about this situation? If not stay out of their business, and away from this guy. Yeah I am aware of what that means, but it's up to her to handle this first. Love and support her when she needs it. Maybe there are other issues he needs help with, but the call is hers to make.
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    Jan 17, 2019, 09:09 PM
    I would say time not to bite your lip anymore. And have to consider controlled visits at your home or in a public place
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    Jan 18, 2019, 02:19 AM
    I would state time not to nibble your lip any longer. What's more, need to think about controlled visits at your home or in an open place

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