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Bride-To-Be's Future Mother In Law Ruins Wedding Dress, Won't Take Responsibility

Ladies, before tying the knot, it's essential to understand how much of a mommy's boy you're marrying and how healthy the dynamics of the family that you're marrying into are. If your future husband doesn't put you before his mom, sister, or other family members, then you might have a big issue with boundaries on your hands. One woman discovered this the hard way when she found her wedding dress missing from her closet. It turns out that her fiancé had taken the dress over to his mom's house, who was upset that she hadn't been part of the dress-buying process. His mom and sister then proceeded to try on the dress, stretching it out, so it no longer fitted the bride, and then refused to replace it. The understandably furious bride posted on Reddit's Am I The A-Hole, asking whether or not she was right to be upset at the evident lack of respect she was receiving from her fiancé and his family. The responses were unanimously telling her not to ignore the glaring red flags of lack of boundaries and walk away. Here is the story, with some of the best comments in response.



son gives fiancé's wedding dress to his mother to try on, she ruins it, bride devastated | thumbnail Text - Posted by u/aitathrowaway566 1 month ago 12 10 11 5 3 31 AITA For demanding my fiancé and his mom to pay for a new wedding dress? Not the A-hole Me 26F and my fiancé 28M been engaged for 4 months, we're planning on having our wedding on October 18th, My future mother in law kept annoying me and sending me suggestions for choosing the right wedding dress, and said that she knew better and t
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