Some people actually do get along and are friendly with their in-laws. When a divorce occurs, it's truly sad for many who lose contact and the friendship that they have established with them over the years. Depending on how long you have been married, it can be even more difficult to lose your extended family. Your mother-in-law, father-in-law, sibling-in-law or even cousin in-laws have probably become close friends. Is it possible to maintain this friendship after your spouse becomes your ex-spouse?
I have seen many instances where people remain friends with their in-laws after the divorce. While all parents love their children, your ex's parents may know all too well how impossible their own son or daughter can be to deal with. It's not healthy to dwell on your ex's faults, but it may just be understood by everyone -- his or her parents included -- that moving on was the only option for you. If there are children involved, it is healthy to have their grandparents involved in their lives as much as possible. This will create a normalcy and a feeling of continuity. See it can all work!
Here are some tips on maintaining healthy relations with your ex-in-laws:
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