Missing Mother syndrome

Growing up without the secure presence of a loving, supportive mother implies much more than lacking a same-sex role model. It is devastating. Since the mother is the first, the basic caretaker, losing her -in a physical or emotional way- starts a nightmare of deprivation for a child. In a way, it never ends. Many negative conditions and feelings experienced later in life may have their roots in this extremely traumatic experience. The Mother can be present daily in your life, but her actions since your birth effect your life deeply……


You could suffer from “Missing Mother Syndrome” if you experience the following conditions on a regular basis:

You feel lost, out of place, and unsafe in this world
There is an underlying sadness in your life, even if nothing is wrong
You tend to feel lonely and depressed, especially at other people’s “HappyFamily” gatherings
You hate your body or are unsure about “being a woman”
You have abandonment or anger issues that hurt your relationships
You experience social stress – You either try to stay invisible, or you have a compulsion to be in the limelight
Any major crisis in your life, like a divorce, job loss, or bereavement, throws you right back into the painful past
There is a lot of fear, anxiety, or even guilt and shame in your life
You feel homesick without knowing where “home” is
You are trying too hard to be happy and “perfect”
You take rejection very personally
You believe that everybody else gets their act together – except for you

With tapping, deep seated negative emotions and painful memories are brought to the surface and released – fast and with little additional distress

About madisonelizabethbaylis

Father of Kevin, Jenvey and Maddie. Being alienated from Maddie due to the fact that after her mother divorced me and remarried she cut me out of my daughter´s life. I then rekindled my relationship with the mother of my boys and since then Melissa is hell bend on allienating and abusing Maddie
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