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My daughter in law has a close friend that wants to come for Easter Sunday dinner. She invited herself.

She is a very sweet girl and I normally do not mind having her around. At the same time, she is very disruptive in the family. She's very loud and tries to monopolize the conversation. She makes the rest of my family feel uncomfortable and awkward. I'm just kind of torn, she doesn't really have a family to spend time with.

How do I politely tell my daughter-in-law not to bring her?

My daughter in law has a close friend that wants to come for Easter Sunday dinner. She invited herself.

She is a very sweet girl and I normally do not mind having her around. At the same time she is very disruptive in the family. She's very loud and tries to monopolize the conversation. She makes the rest of my family feel uncomfortable and awkward. I'm just kind of torn, she doesn't really have a family to spend time with.

How do I politely tell my daughter-in-law not to bring her?

My daughter in law has a close friend that wants to come for Easter Sunday dinner. She invited herself.

She is a very sweet girl and I normally do not mind having her around. At the same time, she is very disruptive in the family. She's very loud and tries to monopolize the conversation. She makes the rest of my family feel uncomfortable and awkward. I'm just kind of torn, she doesn't really have a family to spend time with.

How do I politely tell my daughter-in-law not to bring her?

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Friend of my How to tell daughter in law not to bring her friend to Easter dinner?

My daughter in law has a close friend that wants to come for Easter Sunday dinner. She invited herself.

She is a very sweet girl and I normally do not mind having her around. At the same time she is very disruptive in the family. She's very loud and tries to monopolize the conversation. She makes the rest of my family feel uncomfortable andand awkward. I'm just kind of torn, she doesn't really have a family to spend time with.

How do I politely tell my daughter-in-law not to bring her?

Friend of my daughter in law

My daughter in law has a close friend that wants to come for Easter Sunday dinner. She invited herself.

She's very loud and tries to monopolize the conversation. She makes the rest of my family feel uncomfortable and awkward. I'm just kind of torn, she doesn't really have a family to spend time with.

How do I politely tell my daughter-in-law not to bring her?

How to tell daughter in law not to bring her friend to Easter dinner?

My daughter in law has a close friend that wants to come for Easter Sunday dinner. She invited herself.

She is a very sweet girl and I normally do not mind having her around. At the same time she is very disruptive in the family. She's very loud and tries to monopolize the conversation. She makes the rest of my family feel uncomfortable and awkward. I'm just kind of torn, she doesn't really have a family to spend time with.

How do I politely tell my daughter-in-law not to bring her?

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My daughter in law has a close friend that wants to come for Easter Sunday dinner. She invited herself.

This friend is a very sweet girl, and I normally do not mind having her around. The family does not care for her, however. She's very loud and tries to monopolize the conversation, like she wants. She makes the conversation focused on herrest of my family feel uncomfortable and awkward. I'm just kind of torn, she doesn't really have a family to spend time with. Being a Christian mom, I'd like to extend an invitation for her, but at the same time she is very disruptive in my family.

How do I don't know how to politely tell my daughter-in-law not to bring her. I guess I want to make everyone feel comfortable, but with her here it's very awkward.

How can I tell my daughter-in-law not to invite her friend over for Easter without implying that I don't like said friend?

My daughter in law has a friend that wants to come for Easter Sunday dinner.

This friend is a very sweet girl, and I normally do not mind having her around. The family does not care for her, however. She's very loud and tries to monopolize the conversation, like she wants the conversation focused on her. I'm just kind of torn, she doesn't really have a family to spend time with. Being a Christian mom, I'd like to extend an invitation for her, but at the same time she is very disruptive in my family.

I don't know how to politely tell my daughter-in-law not to bring her. I guess I want to make everyone feel comfortable, but with her here it's very awkward.

How can I tell my daughter-in-law not to invite her friend over for Easter without implying that I don't like said friend?

My daughter in law has a close friend that wants to come for Easter Sunday dinner. She invited herself.

She's very loud and tries to monopolize the conversation. She makes the rest of my family feel uncomfortable and awkward. I'm just kind of torn, she doesn't really have a family to spend time with.

How do I politely tell my daughter-in-law not to bring her?

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