I personally know what it is like to grow up thinking your Dad doesn’t care about you.

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 I personally know what it is like to grow up thinking your Dad doesn’t care about you. It’s not the kind of feeling that helps you, to succeed at the the things you aspire to do, and be.

To others I would like to say that, regardless of what your mother told you, or whatever you thought, there is 2 sides to every story, and you should get your Dads side of the story, it may surprise you, to know how much he really does care. And even if it doesn’t turn out as you’d like, what would you loose, absolutely nothing!

Or how family court did not support his presence in your life. Getting his side of the story, could provide you with healing, and an overflowing amount of love, that you may not of even realized was possible.

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This is me without my daughter

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This is me without my daughter I don’t pray much but when I do I ask for you!!!!! My prayer for today is for you my baby girl . Father in heaven I ask you in The truths name Father Father I ask that my prayer be heard like thunder and lightning to the ears of all man all daddies all mommies Father In heaven I ask for your help she’s innocent she’s true I know she comes from you !! So I ask and I pray for you!!! your will be done on earth as it is in heaven. Your son Jason.

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A living bereavement

When ESTHER RANTZEN spoke up for couples denied access to their grandchildren she triggered a flood of heart rending stories revealing the agony of family breakdown’s forgotten victimsremoval-of-fit-loving-parent-is-child-abuse-2016

  • Esther has received more than 250 letters from suffering grandparents
  • Jane Jackson has not seen her own granddaughter for seven years
  • Family rifts leave grandparents broken-hearted
  • Worry that their grandchildren don’t know they are deeply loved

Being told I could never see my toddler grandson again, would make me feel as though my heart had been plucked out of my chest. Yet I have received more than 250 letters from grandparents who are suffering that agony now.

They tell me it’s like a living bereavement and they think about their grandchildren every day. The greatest agony they feel is the worry that those children may not know how deeply they are loved and missed.

These desperate letters were written to me after I made a film for BBC’s The One Show exposing the misery of grandparents denied access to their grandchildren. Tonight I will be revisiting the subject, for the same programme.

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Parents Affected by Parental Alienation ~ Stages of Grief

sad childUnderstanding Stages of Grief applied to Parents Affected by Parental Child Abduction / Alienation / Retention | Parental Kidnapping and Abduction Recovery.

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“The death of a child is indisputably one of the most incredibly horrible tragedies one can imagine. Whether by sudden accidental circumstance, or by a more lengthy cause as in illness, the loss of a child is undeniably painful to experience. Painful to the parents, parents to the family, and painful to anyone related to the child.

Never knowing the laughter of that child again or the tears, the joys and the accomplishments is a pain no parent should ever have to endure, and yet it happens. No one might be to blame. It can just happen”. (Tim Line)

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Alienation by Fire

We’ve all heard of the term “Baptism by Fire” but, I wonder how many have ever considered its meaning. In the Christian biblical sense, it essentially means that it is a baptism by the spirit and the trial of one’s faith. This means that a believer’s faith is tested or tried through some sort of difficulty or a series of mental and physical trials.

However, this meaning has largely been replaced and the meaning most often used according to the definition used by the Oxford dictionary is, ‘a difficult introduction to a new job or activity’. One example of this is of a soldier’s first experience of battle. ‘Baptism’ because battle is new to him and ‘fire’ from the firing of guns that is, he is ‘under fire’.

When we look at both explanations, we can actually see similarities that can be equated to the tests of which we face through the struggles in the alienation of our children. This is when we are tested in our faith that we will be reunited with our children. The other aspect of this, is that alienation is new to us and how we respond to the many obstacles is critical.i-survived-parental-alianation-2016

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