by Kim Fusaro
Rennie Solis Unless you're marrying an orphan or a saint (who also has saintly parents) chances are there's going to be family drama when you're planning your wedding. Makes sense: There are a lot of expectations from all parties--you, your groom, and two immediate and extended families. Here are two easy ways to make sure the drama doesn't send you over the edge.
1) Don't badmouth your in-laws to your groom.
Avoid starting any sentence with, "Your mom is such a bitch" or "Your sister is the WORST bridesmaid." Sure, his mom might be acting like a bitch, and his sister could be a total psycho, but you don't want to put him in a position where he has to defend his family (and I HOPE he defends his family) again and again. Because while he's standing up for them, he's standing up against you. See why that's a bad thing? You guys should be on the same team. So save your bitching for your besties--and even then, keep it to a bare minimum. Talking bad about people only makes the bad