Turning away your alienated child

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3 Responses to “Turning away your alienated child”

  1. My heart aches for you. I know too well what you are going through from watching my husband and the alienation that has taken place with his children. I think you did the right thing for your son. Being a teenager is tough enough. Now imagine having a parent standing behind you influencing you with nothing but negative, hateful words about your other parent. This behavior is abusive.

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  2. That must have been incredibly hard. Your son is not mature enough to have grasped the whole scenario, but I think you made the right decision. Also if you hadn’t said anything chances are he still wouldn’t have come and then you would have gone through turmoil anticipating seeing him, then being let down. There seems like a no win situation for what happened or could have happened. Stay strong.

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