I don't want my angry sister-in-law near my child – she's too temperamental

DEAR DEIDRE: I DON’T want my sister-in-law anywhere near my baby when he is born.

She screams and shouts at the slightest thing.

My wife is pregnant with our first child.We’ve been trying for a long time and are so happy she’s pregnant.

I’m a woman of 31 and my wife’s 33. Her sister is 23 years younger and has always been temperamental.

We’ve told her we don’t want her kicking off around our new child and we won’t allow her to be alone around our baby.

Everyone agrees that won’t happen but I’m still scared for my son. My wife’s family says I am wrong for thinking like this.

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DEIDRE SAYS:  Your first obligation is to protect yourself and your family from her abusive behaviour.

Your in-laws are wrong to dismiss your fears. If your sister-in-law screams and shouts in a room, simply walk out.

Your behaviour will send a strong signal to her that the only way to talk to you is with a civil tongue and with the appropriate respect.

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