Her In-Laws Disinvited Her From Christmas Because She Didn’t Treat Her Husband Like A “Prince,” But Then Her Husband Overslept And Missed His Flight Home For The Holiday, So She Is Now Being Blamed For That, Too

So, with all of her in-laws and her husband still furious with her, she has been left wondering if not waking her husband up for his flight home on Christmas was actually her fault or not.

What do you think about her husband’s family constantly treating him like a prince and her in-laws disinviting her from Christmas because she does not do the same? If your partner didn’t stand up for you in that situation, how would you feel? As for the missed flight, was it her responsibility to make sure her adult husband woke up on time? If you were in her shoes, how would you deal with this craziness? 

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