A parent’s love is unique. It is the purest love that one can ever experience. This type of love is a double edged sword. When your children are young they are excited to see you, invite you into their world, make you part of their friend group it can be the greatest joy one can ever experience. Usually, must of us can experience this joy when children are young. However, as children become teenagers and young adults, sometimes parent’s are not ready for the emotional roller coaster that can arise.
As most of us know adolescents and young adults rebel or leave home as a way of separating from the family. Some parents have to wait a few years, and the relationship returns as parent and adult child.
The most difficult for a parent is when a child acts out dangerous ways or rejects the parent altogether. The pain can cut like a knife. The loss of a child can be a pain that seems that it will go on forever. Ln addition to the excruciating pain, guilt and shame tend to follow. What could I have done to warrant my child cutting me off? Some parents are at a loss and some adult children distance themselves without reason.
It is worth taking a looking within to see what might have gone wrong. What you might have done differently and even apologizing to your child if you have a chance. There are many times parents cannot figure
Done With The Crying: Help and Healing for Mothers of Estranged Adult Children By
Ms. Mc Gregor has a masters degree in human behavior. She is a Life Coach and prolific writer. Done with the Crying: Help and Healing for Mothers of Estranged Adult Children offer relief for mothers dealing with the loss and emptiness of the rejection of an Adult Child. It is hard to believe that anything can help!
Ms. Mc Gregor offers nurturing, support, encouragement, and resources to help parents begin to move beyond the emptiness and continue with some joy in their lives. It is an important book to deal with the pain of this loss.
This healing book has received 4.6 stars out of 5 making it a quality read.
- Offers coping skills Some Repetition
- Allows Parents to Move at Their Own Pace Can Be Perceived as
- Helps Parents Understand Possible Reasons Scattered
- A Good Book when Feeling Down
- Help with Future Planning
- Helps with self-reflection