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What does Jewish tradition say about my relationship with my parents-in-law?

by Rabbi Naftali Silberberg

  

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One is required to respect his/her parents-in-law much as one is obligated to exhibit respect for one’s own parents. Husband and wife are considered “one body” and thus one spouse’s parents are, to a certain extent, considered the other’s parents too!

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