What to do when your family doesn’t like your partner

  • Family
  • Monday, 20 Jan 2020

When your family and friends don’t like your partner, it can put a huge amount of pressure on the relationship. — dpa

When Shirley Baldwin Owens prepared to meet her future in-laws for the first time, she knew they did not like her.

She had been divorced three times. She was living with their son. She knew she wasn’t a conservative enough match.

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