Grief from Rejection by your Child due to "Parent Alienation" Support Group

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Grief from Rejection by your Child due to "Parent Alienation" Support Group

When a parent has been rejected or estranged by their child due to a stressful & conflicted divorce, the other parent, or relative...this syndrome damages and creates estrangement or rejection.

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Location: Louisville, Ky
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Latest Conversations: Feb 17

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Survey on Parent Alienation

Started by Nana. Last reply by Debby Cahrier Nov 20, 2012. 1 Reply

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Comment by Linda M Rojo-Schmidt on February 17, 2017 at 4:47pm
All 5 of grandchildren were relocated to Olympia Washington, June 2016, after divorce of 17 yr marriage, 4 boys and youngest 1 girl, their mom, has not spoken to me, and no conversations, just like all, out pouring of love and help, forgotten, I understand "moving on"... But this hurts
Comment by Nana on June 14, 2011 at 10:54pm
This is what I do. I send love without expectation of hearing from my daughter or seeing grandchildren. I pray and ask the Universe to heal.
Comment by Linseay Seay-Skaggs on June 10, 2011 at 10:56pm
Hello Nana,
It was like a death when my child 'disowned' me. Was utterly bewildered at hurt beyond words. The bio father disowned our children and I hurt for them. Loved them so much.
Once young adults they re-connected and I was happy for my children. My youngest knowing the pain of rejection did so to me. Had done nothing to deserve this. Yet, even if I had nothing not forgivable.
I loved, raised and protected them. Was a slap in the face to be treated as if I had neglected and made them miserable. Lost my grandchildren too.
Finally healed. You can throw oceans of love on another but if they do not want to receive it, there is nothing you can do but pray for them and mentally send LOVE.
 

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