Should a married couple live in either parents' home?

Why would a bride's parent want a young couple to move into their home with them?

Michael and Tina got married two months ago in a big society wedding that attracted the creme de la creme of the society, which were mainly friends and associates of Tina's parents who are wealthy socialites.

But the part that is giving the young husband cause for concern is the fact Tina's parents do not want to relinquish their hold on their daughter as they still want to control what happens in his home.

For a start, they think Michael's three bedroom apartment is not befitting enough for their beloved daughter and they have been mounting pressure on them to move into a wing of their mansion.

Tina too is not helping matters as she has agreed with her parents and has been on her husband's neck to accept her parent's offer. She has even threatened to walk out of the marriage if her husband refuses to move into her parent's house with her.

Michael is confused and believes his parents-in-law are trying to run his marriage for him but at the same time, he loves his wife so much and does not want to lose her.

On Morning Teaser today, we ask: should a married couple live in any of their parents' home?


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