Okay, I know this topic has been brought up before, but I really need some support for this weekend because I am worked up about this. I have to go to my in-laws house for dinner this weekend and I am not looking forward to it. Here is a little bit of what I go through when we go over there. My sister-in-law is pregnant for the second time. At Thanksgiving his mom brought up we should say what we were thankful for. Well, his sister said "I am thankful for beating Tasha(me) in getting pregnant, again.", and started to laugh saying she was joking. My husband didn't here it and his dad kind of snapped at her. When my husband heard what she had didn't comment or react to it. His mother has flat out said the problem is with me and my side of the family because there would never be anything wrong with her son. His mother is always making me feel beneath her family and makes snide comments. I am so afraid that I will snap on her and his sister. I hate going over there. I get so uptight and tense just think about it. This is just a tidbit of what has happened with them, but any advice on how I can get through dinner would be great.
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