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Old Today, 10:53 AM
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Originally Posted by Chas863 View Post
Now it is becoming clearer to me. Your son in law perhaps wants to stay in the military and make a career out of it. And, apparently, your daughter is fine with that. It's YOU who doesn't like it.

With all due respect, it's time for you to butt out of the situation. My suggestion is that you support your daughter and her hubby regardless of what their career choices are. Further, keep your opinions to yourself unless you want to risk alienating your own daughter.

She has actually said, whatever he wants to do, but then turns around and says how it kinda "sucks" that her job is "on hold" because of his job, but she also knew that going into the marriage. I also think she thought that she would get a job much easier that it has been and that frustrates her. You are right though, I do not like she went through college, only to have no job as yet, but also I am def not saying anything and being as supportive as i can, I know parents who have alienated their kid in the past and do not want that to happen with us
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