I would like some advice on how to deal with my mother-in-law. She is bi-polar and manic depressive for the last 4 years. Everytime she does something her family blames it on the disorder but it is in her nature ( before diagnosed) to be very manipulative and over bearing ( you can see it on her fathers side) And it really gets my gears, when I see her manipulate people into doing things for her and making people feel sorry for her. She does it to me all the time and my husband just tells me it's the disorder and to just do what she wants, it drives me crazy, she tried to even plan my wedding with no input from me ( and thats a whole other story that would take an hour to tell) I just don\t know what to do because it is my husbands mother, but outsiders see it to, I just get so angry about her to the point that it stress's me out so much it ruins my day, and I even get headaches. Please help me! I need some advice, is it just me being a jerk or is there something I can do?
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