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Would you leave your partner if they have a controlling, meddling parent?Please select an option Oops! Something went wrong, please try again later.
No, I would tolerate the in-law as much as possible even if my partner doesn't see their behaviour as a problem.
16% - 8 votes
No, but only if my partner supports me.
43% - 22 votes
Yes, my peace comes first and I know I'd be fighting a losing battle.
31% - 16 votes
Yes, even if my partner supports me, the stress is not worth it.
10% - 5 votes
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