Son to Son in Law

Day 11


Well if things are chang­ing for a girl, it’s def­i­nite­ly changed a lot for boy too.. Mar­riage not only makes him respon­si­ble, car­ing, punc­tu­al with all new rela­tion­ship in life!!

It’s not only a groom’s expec­ta­tions from his wife but sure­ly bride too expect lit­tle things after choos­ing him as a life pat­ner.

Well, now when she is part of fam­i­ly who left her home, par­ents, sib­lings & friends now going to share your room, home and above all her dreams.. And it’s always a first dream of any bride to see how her hus­band is going to gel up with her blood rela­tions.

So now, some gold­en tips which can make you super son in law#

  1. Respect : This is much more impor­tant & first fact you should fol­low, respect not only her but her par­ents & all rela­tion­ship.
  2. Equal­i­ty : Treat your inlaws as your par­ents don’t dif­fer­en­ti­ate between them. Don’t for­get their spe­cial days, birth­day, anniver­sary remem­ber to give them call on the­se days before your wife reminds you.
  3. Vis­it them : It’s real­ly impor­tant that you vis­it & stay with them. May be you stay in same city or colony but impor­tant is to stay with them to make them feel that you also con­sid­er their home as yours.
  4. Bond with FIL  :  Spend qual­i­ty time with your FIL as daugh­ters & fathers bond is real­ly spe­cial. He is expe­ri­enced per­son don’t hes­i­tate to take up advice if you need.
  5. Fam­i­ly gath­er­ing : Nev­er say ni to fam­i­ly func­tions & fam­i­ly gath­er­ing this way you will get con­nect­ed to her rel­a­tives, sib­lings & cousins.

My moth­er feel proud of her 4 son in laws and always says ” the­se are 4 pil­lars of my home”

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  1. Very Well said Ruchi Ver­ma. I hope all the sons out there are read­ing this piece of infor­ma­tion. Def­i­nite­ly the respon­si­bil­i­ty lies on both the part­ners.

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