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Is it strange that I don’t think this is a big deal? I have actually let my MIL do this before.

According to Yahoo Lifestyle, Reddit has come through once again with a moral conflict we can’t help but obsess over. Redditor u/Xoxo76757 says she recently had a problem when her mother-in-law, who she says doesn’t respect her son’s privacy, showed up unexpectedly for a visit. She posted:

“When it was time to go to bed, MIL requested that we let her sleep in the bedroom, on the primary bed, not just that…but lock the door as well because she explained she can’t feel comfortable enough to sleep without locking the door. I found this bizarre, but I politely declined and suggested other options like the guest room, couch, and air mattress, but no, she turned around and presented these options to me. My husband agreed, but I said no. This initiated an argument between her and I.”

The mother-in-law wound up going to a hotel in tears, and the woman’s husband of nine months checked into the same hotel to spend the night, turning his phone off. “The next day, she went home and told the family who berated me, calling my behavior towards MIL abhorrent and loathsome,” she adds. “Now, my husband is complaining about how I keep trying to ruin his relationship with his family and push them away.”

Commenters came down fully on her side in the argument, with one saying “Girl, I would get a divorce ASAP.”

Source: Yahoo Lifestyle