Catwoman Posted February 13, 2017 Share Posted February 13, 2017 Thank you for being so blunt. I wish it was that easy. I'm just adding those details because they add to the layer of this whole situation. I know by mil saying she's lost weight and abuser has been sad since her talking to him about this that she wants us to feel bad for them. Her son might, but I don't. And yes I could use more therapy but it's expensive. It's actually quite humorous thinking mil thinks we should do therapy together and her foot the bill. Seems more bizarre now as I type it all out. It's totally bizarre. But all you have to do to stop this trainwreck is to JUST SAY NO, and make it clear that you will not tolerate being nagged and that you will not be intimidated. You're too stuck in the details to simplify this down to what it is. Someone wants you to do something you don't want to do. What do you do when that happens? You say NO. Keep it simple. Say no to the counseling and say no to any and all contact with these people, and get out of the house when they will be visiting to do the work on the pool. 5 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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