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1. Don't treat it as a free workforce
Unfortunately, there is still a view that grandmother needs to help young parents, is obliged to look after his grandson, especially "if he gets bored" in retirement.
Indignantly, the decisions of these old ladies who after finishing their work want to relax, plan trips, sleep until 9am, read books, and laze around are accepted. Assertiveness is seen as egoism. Meanwhile ...
No grandmother has a duty to look after her grandson when her mother returns to work. Of course, such help for a parent is very valuable, but it can be difficult for both parties. Therefore, the decision to look after a grandson full-time should be well thought out. It cannot be taken on the spur of the moment or for fear of how the children will refuse. If her grandmother does not feel strong, is afraid and wants to refuse, her parents should respect and accept her decision. No offense, no insults or unnecessary comments.