Every Monday I go & tell my daughter I love her.😍🧘🏼♀️🏂
I have asked the police if the signs I’m making are legal & they have confirmed they are 100% legal sooo any dads in the same situation I’m in please feel free to use my idea. 🥊👨🏽🏫🦉
Anyone close to me knows why I’ve done 4 signs instead of 1 this week...I’ve got an aspect to my personality when someone tries to make me give up...it just makes me even more determined than I was before...I’ve long given up asking to see my daughter...all I want now is for her to know her dad loves her because I believe every little girl should know her daddy loves her. 🦖💋😲 #ParentalAlienation#F4J#FathersRights#SharedParenting#NeverGiveUp#Ever#LittleGirlsOneDayGrowUp
what a day... #grateful ☮💖😍😘👨👧👦😘😍🍰🌞🙏
"Whatever we are waiting for - peace of mind, contentment, grace, the inner awareness of simple abundance - it will surely come to us, but only when we are ready to receive it with an open and grateful heart." Sarah Ban Breathnach
Short term and long term effects of parental alienation!! • high rates of low self-esteem to a point of self-hatred;
• significant episodes of depression in 70 % of the subjects;
• a lack of trust in themselves and in other people; and
• alienation from their own children in 50% of the subjects, which suggests that parental alienation is multigenerational.
This was 6 years ago a few days before my son’s birthday in Jacksonville, NC. I took off work for 2 days without pay to visit my son. Days before the trip, I had intense feelings of anxiety, as I had made the journey a few years earlier and my son was no where to be found once I arrived in town. I had shared months before, the date I was coming yet he was not in daycare. Trips like this costs me months of savings. Yet if I was able to see Jackson, the minutes with Him were priceless. My son, Jackson today is 10 years old today. The only birthdays we have been allowed with one another is his birth and his 1st birthday. I have endured years of #parentalienation Focusing on the positive today, I am lucky that at the age of 9 my son although told horrible things about me, kept from me for 2 years of any visits wants to see me. For the first time since 2011, I have received court ordered visitation without denial. Although my allowed parenting time is not much it is much better than nothing. I am grateful to my family and friends who helped me up as I have endured years of #parentalalienation and as they continue to love on me. I will continue to pay child support and reach out to my son no matter what. I am so glad I did not give up. And even happier that he loves me in spite of all WE have endured. “Son, I called you this morning to wish you a Happy Birthday! Although we did not get to speak know you are my heart. I work late today but if we are allowed our Sunday Skype/video chat, I cannot wait to hear about your day. Love, BioMommy #parentalienationischildabuse#parentalienationawareness#noncustodialmom#ipaychildsupport#yearsofdeniedcourtorderedvisitation#racismisreal#oppressionhurts#passurvivor#bittersweet
719 hours ago
So true.Where are my empaths at.I relate.You cut them off👉They hurt👉You forgive or take them back and the same thing happens again.Its a struggle.Its important to learn to put your foot down Empaths.Its hard, I know cause one!
I’ll never give up on my children or all children! Please help me stop the silence of parental alienation! It’s costing parents like myself thousands of dollars trying to be with our children! It’s emotionally and physically draining! Yet we continue to move mountains to be involved in our children’s lives! In my case it paid off but in most cases children grow into adulthood still suffering from parental alienation! Parental alienation is child abuse! #childrensrights#parentalalienation#awareness#putkidsfirst
And usually the custodial parent is the mother. It is very, very, very challenging as a child/teen to endure the rejection of a mother, which is why I believe most alienated children don't come around to the alienated parent until young adulthood.
I miss you so much. I have never been so sad and I know somewhere inside you are too. What I’m doing, to fight it, is to think of ways we may be able to get rid of all this sadness and even some of the anger in a fun way. So firstly, we can go to a shooting range and try and hit some targets. Then we’ll get a whole bunch of cheap plates from Dollarama and put on safety glasses and smash them all - smash the hell out of them. Then we’ll use the shards and make a collage. Maybe we should learn how to box. Maybe I could take you to the Canadian History museum to see the Greek exhibit (he was going to Greece the following year) then I’d take you for souvlaki. Anything. I miss you so much.
A friend called the other day to check on me & basically asked how I was able to keep going. My work, is all. I serve for the greater good & know I help save lives every day. There is so much hurt that I try not to even think about it. #parentalalienation#erasedmom