And here's the headline...
The OP's family is always involved while her inlaws are estranged
The OP doesn't like them as people and doesn't like how they treat her husband
The OP admits that her in laws aren't good people but her husband sees things differently
Here are what other Redditors thought about the story
This Redditor wants to know why the OP is unwilling to do something so small
Why tell a mother who miscarried that it is for the best?
You'll have the rest of the pregnancy to seek therapy
Let him be the one to do the planning
He is hoping that they will be excited
This Redditor hopes they are exited for them both
You can plan something fun for his family
You can get you and your husband some therapy
You can humor him for the announcement
You just want to protect him from their apathy
The OP mentions why the family isn't supportive of her pregnancy
The problem is that you took his feelings as a waste
You should have seen grandma's face
You did most of the planning to tell your family
This is quite important to the OP's husband
They do not deserve to be told
Most of us have a basic need to be loved and accepted
Some kids might go through difficult situations that leave them feeling insecure or with poor self-esteem. Due to this, they might struggle as adults to accept themselves.
As a result, they might constantly try to win others over and engage in people-pleasing activities. Some redditors understood how the OP felt, while others didn't.
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