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Wednesday, February 1, 2023


My husband and I had been planning our honeymoon for months.


We had chosen the perfect destination – a secluded beach in the Caribbean, far away from the hustle and bustle of Singapore’s city life. We were so excited for a week of relaxation and romantic time together.

But that dream quickly turned into a nightmare when my father-in-law showed up on the first day of our honeymoon.

I was beyond shocked to see him there. He had not even been invited to our honeymoon.

My husband was equally surprised to see his father. He had not expected him to show up, and he was visibly uncomfortable. I could tell he was not looking forward to having his father there with us. I was very upset and angry at the situation – we had been planning this trip for so long and now it was being invaded by his father.


My father-in-law made it clear that he was there to stay.

He claimed that since he had been invited to the wedding means he can join us on our honeymoon. He said he was excited to see the Caribbean and get to know me better. I was not sure what to make of this – it seemed strange that he would just show up uninvited.

My husband and I discussed the situation, and we decided to make the best of it. We decided that we would just try to ignore his presence and focus on having a good time together. We tried to do our best to avoid his company and spend time alone together.

Unfortunately, my father-in-law kept trying to intrude on our time together. He would show up at the beach or in the restaurant when we were alone. He would try to join in on conversations and even give us unsolicited advice. It was very frustrating and I found myself getting increasingly angry at his intrusion.

Eventually, we had to tell him that he needed to give us our space. We told him that we wanted to have our honeymoon without his presence and that he could join us for dinner or other activities, but he would have to give us our time alone.

I was so relieved when our honeymoon was finally over and we could return home. I was still very upset that our trip had been invaded by my father-in-law, but I was glad that we had stood up for ourselves and that he had respected our wishes.


It was a difficult situation, and I hope that I never have to experience something like that again.

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