Just about everyone has heard a terrible joke or a horror story about someone else's mother-in-law. Blending two families together often creates new and uncomfortable dynamics that will take some time to get used to, and sometimes mothers-in-law behave badly during these transitions. But these don't need to be "wildly" uncomfortable transitions, and you don't need to become the butt of everyone's jokes.
With "What's a Mother (In Law) to Do?, " author Jane Angelich (a mother-in-law herself) teaches readers how to become the mother-in-law they've always wished they had. Rich with sidebars, practical suggestions, and stories of love and encouragement, this is the perfect book for anyone facing this new role or for those seasoned mother-in-laws who are simply seeking tips for improvement. Welcoming your child's spouse into your life doesn't have to be difficult, as long as you're excited about building and nurturing respectful family relationships.