Many stereotypes about grandparents are wrong.
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Let’s ditch the stereotypes and start embracing the truth instead.
The media paints grandparents as old, but studies show most of them aren’t.
Isn’t it time we discarded the myths and misconceptions about grandparents and started giving them their due?