Estrangement, Time To Think & Less Got Done During A Pandemic

Being in the middle of a global pandemic gives us all time. Actually, it gives us all loads of time to think. Perhaps, it’s too much time to think. In spite of having the best of intentions of doing things around the house, like cleaning or tossing or whatever, we come to realize 2 things.Continue reading “Estrangement, Time To Think & Less Got Done During A Pandemic”

Time For Estranged Parents To Rise Up Against Estrangement

I feel like we all as parents, need to be “Norma Rae”. Where’s my table to stand upon and shout out to all that we need to stand up and scream out that we’ve had enough of bull? That’s what this is all about, pure bull. For few adults in this life, there’s little reasonContinue reading “Time For Estranged Parents To Rise Up Against Estrangement”

You’re A Place To Lay Blame

When your adult child estranges from you without any explanation or one that is so far fetched that a parent has to scratch their heads in confusion, there’s often someone or several who have created that situation in their minds that don’t entail you in any way. In reality, it’s about them, not you. AsContinue reading “You’re A Place To Lay Blame”

Everyone Has Problems Of Some Type: Why Estrangement Isn’t An Answer For Most

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.

What A Revolution Doesn’t Need Or Mean

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”

It’s My Fault In A Sense: Tips For Parenting

A commenter has written on another piece that I couldn’t have raised my daughter with any type of self-love or acceptance otherwise, she wouldn’t be taking on the man-child’s thinking patterns that she’s living with while estranging herself from me and her father as well as all of her family and former friends.  I hadContinue reading “It’s My Fault In A Sense: Tips For Parenting”