Wondering why your adult has estranged from you is like wondering why the sky isn’t purple polka dotted. One cannot use rational thinking to deal with irrationality.
Estrangement is a form of taking and walking away in a lot of cases. I have an adult estranged child and I’ve been trying to fill her void with those who I have had in my life. I’ve met with brick walls and, it’s hit me like a bucket of cold water that no oneContinue reading “Why Estrangement Is A Form of Taking”
Are you choosing to remain a victim of your adult child’s or children’s choice to estrange themselves from you? What you can do about it.
Humorous look at estranged adult children, why they do it, what parents did and parenting an estranged adult child.
Joan moved in with John over a decade ago. Joan used to be bright minded, full of life, wanting to be social with everyone she met. John on the other hand had always been somewhat of an anti-authoritarian. Refusing to go to school or work, John was tossed from his family’s home. John roamed theContinue reading “Why What’s Considered Natural Substances Can Be Addictive Or A Dependency”
A lot of us tend to want to follow celebrities, where they are, what they’re doing, what they look like now and in general, we tend to follow their lives. In short, we can often come to think of them as friends or ours, idols and even up to the rankings of “gods” in someContinue reading “What Makes Us Follow Celebrities?”
When someone estranges themselves from others when there’s no abuse or neglect, it’s often because their histories have been re-written or someone else is behind it all. Parents are not the ones to blame in these cases.
A “revolution” doesn’t mean that there’s a physical march, protest or anything that we can think of that used to be a method. It can mean that people from all over the world, get the word out to one another as well as to professionals of all sorts, not simply medical health professionals. Society needsContinue reading “What A Revolution Doesn’t Need Or Mean”
Why parents now need to speak up against their adult children’s estrangement.