This is kind of an inquiry of an answer I saw in another question. In regards to a man/woman standing up to their spouse and forcing them to make their spouse let their parents see the kids.
Whatever happened to married couples working together as partners and if the grandparents are apart of that, it's because they are trusted by both parents? Not one parent forcing the other to let the grandparents see the kids.
In my marriage, there is a general 2 yeses and 1 no- rule. Both of us have to agree on something, especially when it comes to the kids and trusting people around our kids.
Why would a parent not want their adult child to work together with their spouse? It seems that there is this push to make their adult child work against their spouse for their (the grandparents) own selfish reasons. I don't understand!
I hope all that made sense. Some insight would be appreciated.
That grandparent might be the controlling type. They might think that their child is not mature enough to make the right decisions. It may not always be because they want their child to work against their spouse but it could be because they are so use to running their child's life and how dare this other person step in. Grands need to let go and let their kids become an adult.
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