If you have been placed into the parental discard pile by an alienated adult or mature age child — read on knowing that everyone else reading, clicking like, or sharing this article is likely to absolutely feel and understand where you are intellectually and emotionally likely to be experiencing. What’s presented here is a free flow of thoughts and meditation and self-calming ideas to help you survive the day or panic attack that sets in when you realize that reality is indeed what you think.
We started early this year to make sure you have a plan to help you through one of the worst times of the year for parents and grandparents alienated from their children grandchildren.
Hopefully you will find some of the suggestions below helpful throughout Christmas and well into the new year.
We still have some time to go and I will keep posting ideas and suggestions to help you through it.
One of the most useful tools I have discovered over the past 10 years for dealing with difficult thoughts and negative emotions.
It only takes 10-15 minutes and you can practice anywhere, at home, on the train, in your lunch break, and it does not cost a penny!!!
Meditation can also help us to understand our own mind. We can learn how to transform our…
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Family courts need to be aware of the information provided by the reports of young adults about Family Bridges and other “parental alienation” treatments and to take these into account as seriously as they take the claims of program proponents. In addition, judges– and the public in general—should be alert to the rhetorical device employed by Linda Gottlieb in her contribution to the television interview, when she abuses analogies to create the argument that parental alienation can be equated with child sexual abuse.
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Originally posted on Father Morgana:
? Dear son, I sent you this book for you birsthay which is coming. I sent to the adress of Per Gravholt, the only I have. I hope the little red ballon finds you somehow…
I admit . . .
I am old-fashioned
for Jesus is
my one true passion.
I know people think,
I am out of it
when I say I’m filled
with His spirit.
for I let Jesus
my heart rule.
I know people feel,
I’m a dinosaur
for holy living
I still stand up for.
I accept . . .
what they think of me
for still believing in
what I can’t see!
2 Timothy 2:15
“Study to shew thyself approved
unto God, a workman that needeth
not to be ashamed, rightly dividing
the word of truth.”
King James Version
Deborah Ann Belka