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I Bit The Bullet and Survived

It was a tough decision to visit my parents-in-law a moment ago.

My mother-in-law went shopping and I heaved a sigh of relief.

I’m scared. I’m terrified. I’m confused.

I have to admit. There is no point admiting everything is alright.

After wedding, the marriage life is not always smooth.

There will of course be laughter and happiness. And there are times sorrow and confusion just slap you in the face without warning.

It was not easy to face the music.

My father-in-law was at home. He looked tired and unwell.

The first statement from him was to call home more often.

And he mentioned that if mother-in-law becomes calmer (if only), the whole storm will subside.

You know there is a research done. The bravest man can forge forward and kill all the deadliest enemies. But there is one thing that he fears.

His very own mother-in-law.

I’m not saying that my mother-in-law is so scary.

No one likes to know that their mothers, who give birth to them, is scary.

It is just that things happen this way after our wedding.

In fact, I have great respect for her and I admire her very much.

I thank her for agreeing to our wedding. Without her approval, there won’t be a wedding at all.

It is just that what I need to do now is to improve our relationship.

Exactly how? I have no idea.

Do you have any?

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