In-laws create tensions, being the in-laws is tense

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     In this photo provided by Universal Studios, Robert De Niro, left, plays Jack Byrnes and Ben Stiller plays Greg Focker in the film,

    In this photo provided by Universal Studios, Robert De Niro, left, plays Jack Byrnes and Ben Stiller plays Greg Focker in the film, "Little Fockers," the third movie in series about in-laws. (AP Photo/Glen Wilson, Universal Studios)

    Couples fighting over in-laws sounds so cliche, doesn’t it? But the thing is, it happens, and it happens all the time.

    How can couples navigate those difficult waters?And how can in-laws be part of their children’s lives, without stepping on any toes?

     

    WHYY’s behavioral health reporter and psychologist Dan Gottlieb talk about it, in their weekly conversation.

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