Manipulative, controlling and selfish: Recognising and dealing with toxic grandparents

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They put you in an impossible position in your children's presence to make you look like the killjoy.
They put you in an impossible position in your children's presence to make you look like the killjoy.

Toxic grandparents usually start as toxic parents and it's no secret that this has become a relatively popular topic of discussion in recent years. 

Sometimes the actions of a toxic grandparent are hard to pinpoint, and other times it is made somewhat obvious. 

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