One of the hardest things for a parent whose child has completely rejected them is to lay down the right/wrong burden. This burden, which is placed upon the back of the rejected parent from the moment that the child begins to show the signs of alienation, is one which grows heavier over time if it is not understood and refused.
Refusing the right/wrong burden is something that not many rejected parents realise they have the right to do. But they do have that right and they must choose to use it, if they are to survive whilst the child is underground at the mad hatters tea party.
The child who refuses, rejects and dismisses, is a child whose mind has been, temporarily at least, interfered with. So that the lens that the child looks through distorts what they see in their memory, making objects in the mirror appear larger than…
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