Anita_pat yes it does definitely!.
In-law troubles can increase stress, and even impact health. The most extreme cases may be seen in cultures where newly married couples are expected to move in with the husband's family and the bride is expected to be subservient to her in-laws.
For instance, a lot of daughters-in-law assume that no matter how modern their mothers-in-law are, they are judging them based on the standards of traditional housewives: the ability to keep a clean house, be a good cook, and raise respectful children. At the same time, mothers-in-law often interpret the decisions of their daughters-in-law to do things differently as a rejection of their own choices. Daughters-in-law assume that as a fellow woman, their mother-in-law will be their ally when they disagree with their husband. But guess what? Her role as his mom trumps the call to sisterhood.