Don't want to visit daughter in laws parents or grand child?

I told my husband I'm not interested in visiting our grand child because it means we have to interact with the other set of grand parents. It's their house we are going to, the grand child lives there.

I just don't fee like being around them. However, my husband is angry about this. It's so much

I told my husband I'm not interested in visiting our grand child because it means we have to interact with the other set of grand parents. It's their house we are going to, the grand child lives there.

I just don't fee like being around them. However, my husband is angry about this. It's so much work talking to and being around these people.

I get so drained being around them, that I come off as an empty minded individual, because my brain turns off completely. I can't explain why or how that happens.

When they try to interact, the comments they make are hard to respond to. Most of the time, I'm trying to hold my tongue, suppressing any negative comments or trying to keep my energy level up.

I'm scared I may say something I'm really thinking. So suppressing those thoughts uses my energy and competes with coming up with socially appropriate comments and interaction.

As a result, my responses are equivalent to talking about weather. I mean how many times can you say something about the weather and not sound like a robot, which is what I sound like when interacting with these people?

My husband told me to "grow up." I asked him what he meant. I told him, why keep company with people you aren't interested in being around? I mean I care for my grand daughter but I can't even enjoy her when we are there so I thought I would not go and he can go by himself.

Ideas? Thoughts?
How does one delete their question?

Other answer:

gottathink:
" I asked him what he meant. I told him, why keep company with people you aren't interested in being around?"
Because that is how you get to spend time with your grand daughter.

There is no way that you could pick the child up and take her to a park or child friendly restaurant? Or have her sleep over at your home? If not, suck it up. You are going to want a relationship with her as she gets older.

Admiral Akbar:
Remember when you were a kid and you thought that when you grew up you would never had to do anything you didn't want to? Lol. Maybe your husband doesn't want to go either?
LARA, age 82:
Stay home and let your husband and the other grand parents enjoy a visit without you ;as they may find you as boring as you consider them
Freedom:
I feel that