How to deal with problematic in-laws

Part of the Kinderling Conversation for parents. Weekdays 12pm-1pm.

Tue 28 June 2016

13 mins

Having children can be a catalyst for many things. They can shift your focus in life, open up opportunities, and also, sometimes, open wider little cracks in your relationships, both with your partner and your in-laws. Ginny Lindsay is a psychotherapist at From 2 to 3, a counselling service to help new parents adjust to changes in family life and she talks about how to manage relationships with our in-laws.

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