Why Your Relationship With Your In-Laws Feels Strained After You Have Kids

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The potential grandparent tug-of-war

Due to living arrangements, proximity, and other circumstances, both sets of grandparents don’t always have equal access to the baby. This can sometimes result in jealousy from one or both sets of grandparents and an eventual tug-of-war that leaves already-emotionally-exhausted new parents feeling exasperated.

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