Marriage is ideally a compromise between two people that enables them to spend the rest of their lives loving and growing old with each other. That compromise includes treating your family's partner as your own.
But trouble with the in-laws is all too common, so we're asking -- have you ever had a problem with that part of the marriage contract which states that you should get along with your extended family?
How have you managed to cope with the problem?
Have you managed to overcome it? If so, how?
We invite our readers to share their experiences, opinions and advice in this regard.
Email your stories to firstname.lastname@example.org, along with your name, age, occupation and contact details. We'll publish the best entries right here!