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September 23, 2021

Father Refused to let His Parents See His Son After They Did A DNA Test Behind His Back

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Leaving children with their grandparents is the perfect option for most parents who plan to go out for their anniversary dinner because they trust their parents to be around their children. On the other hand, some people don't want their parents to watch their kids because of trust issues. 

Some people don't trust their parents because of past experiences. Their parents must have messed up while looking after their kids, making them think twice before leaving their child with them next time. Sometimes, children also dominate feeble grandparents and do whatever they like when their parents are not around.  

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On the other hand, the over-affectionate behavior of grandparents is also a concern for some people. They don't want their parents to spoil their kids because it wastes all their "good parenting" efforts. Children usually ask their grandparents for candy bars and junk food which their parents prohibit them from consuming.

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MOTHER DOESN'T TRUST HER PARENTS WITH HER KIDS

A mother of two daughters shared that she isn't comfortable leaving her kids unsupervised with her parents for plenty of reasons. She said that her parents are divorced and ask her to leave the kids with them for sleepovers, while she disagrees with their idea.

She mentioned that her father has a big unfenced pool in his house, and she is afraid he won't look after the kids, and they might get into an accident. On the other hand, her mother thinks she is too strict with her daughter and makes fun of her parenting rules. 

She also wrote that her sibling asked her mother to look after her daughter. Her niece fell off the bed multiple times, and the poster's mother was OK with it. This incident also makes her uncomfortable when she thinks about leaving her kids under her mother's supervision. 

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DO GRANDPARENTS LOVE THEIR GRANDCHILDREN UNCONDITIONALLY?

It's also true that grandparents are one of those people who love you unconditionally. They will always shower you with love and affection and will be there on your side whenever you need them. After your parents, grandparents are the people who are the most excited to welcome you into this world.

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However, there are some grandparents whose love is not unconditional. A Redditor shared a similar story where his parents secretly tested his son's DNA. He said that his parents didn't like his wife ever since the first day he told them about her. They didn't even attend their wedding ceremony.

Two years after the wedding, they gave birth to their first child, and that's when his parents came back into their lives. They started visiting his house regularly, and that's when their son discovered the bitter truth. His parents had tested his son's DNA to "make sure he belonged" to the Redditor. 

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Hearing about the DNA test made the Redditor blow up. He asked his parents to leave the house, and his mother started apologizing, saying she doubted if the baby was his son because of zero resemblance. He decided not to tell his wife but later told her, and she burst into tears. 

The couple decided to make the Redditor's parents stay away from their son's life. He asked other users if he did the right thing, and one of them appreciated him for supporting his wife because that's very uncommon. Another user said:

"They will make remarks about that, they will make him feel bad about his heritage and will talk badly about his mother even when he is there. Dont let them into your life, stay your ground"

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After reading a comment against his parents, the Redditor replied, "Thank you. I am happy to see affirmation on my decision." He accepted that his parents were at fault and supported his wife. Another Redditor opened up about not wanting to see her father near her future child. 

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She said she didn't want her father to mingle with her future child because he wasn't a good father during her childhood. She narrated some bitter experiences from the past and said that she doesn't want her child to go through the same. What would you do if you were in her place? 

CAN YOU STOP YOUR KIDS FROM SEEING THEIR GRANDPARENTS?

You may not like your parents because of what they did to you in the past, and it might be pretty difficult to forget about those traumatic instances from your childhood, making you stop your children from seeing them. Is it legal in the U.S. to keep your children away from their grandparents?

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If you don't want your children to experience what you went through in your childhood, then you're allowed by the law to keep them away from your parents. No law says parents can't stop children from meeting their grandparents. 

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There's only one thing that grandparents can do, and that's to come to a mutual agreement with their children to allow them to meet their grandchildren for some time. They can request visitation, and it can only be granted under certain circumstances

If either of the parents is deceased, missing, or divorced, the state grants visitation to grandparents who seek it. The law also grants visitation rights when the grandparent had stayed with the child for a year before their relationship was terminated. 

Sometimes, parents also don't allow their children's grandparents to see them because of personal differences. They don't do it because of safety concerns, but only because they don't like their parents. That might sound unfair to some people because they are depriving their children of building meaningful relationships.

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The child might grow up and ask their parents about their grandparents, and they might be disappointed to know that their parents kept them away because of personal spite and not security reasons. So, it's best if parents allow their children to see their grandparents when there is no risk of physical or mental damage.

What do you think about this topic? Is it right to keep children away from their grandparents? We'd love to know your opinions. Leave a comment and share this article with your friends and family to know what they think. We're sure you will be surprised by their responses. 

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