What is a Toxic Grandparent?

What is a Toxic Grandparent?

Relationships with toxic people typically make us feel insecure, unhappy, and emotionally exhausted. A toxic person can happen to be a grandparent, draining everyone around them.

A toxic grandparent is not looking out for their grandchildren’s best interests. Toxic individuals are typically self-centered and manipulative. They seek attention and praise, never accepting responsibility for their own words or actions.


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