STOP pretending you had the perfect childhood and upbringing.
STOP claiming you know everything there is to know about parenting.
STOP deluding yourself into thinking your child loves you more than the other parent.
STOP lying to yourself and your family.
STOP inventing stories to justify your behavior.
STOP believing your are the perfect parent, bringing your children up all alone, single handed with no help!!!!
STOP thinking that everyone looks up to you for being a single parent when you alienated the other parent when people are really too afraid to speak their truth!!!
STOP tearing families apart. destroying the lives of children and grandchildren just for your own revenge.
Is this the legacy you wish to leave behind?
Is this how you would like to remembered?
Is this how you would like your children and grandchildren to be?
STOP NOW AND SEEK HELP.
Yes we have accused you of being Narcissists, Psychopaths, Sociopaths, put whatever label on it you like, but we are all a little crazy, the difference is some of us deal with it better than others, some of us have sought help, some of us are trying to change, trying to break the cycle to make sure our children do not suffer the same psychological wounds.
Unfortunately, not everyone understands mental health problems, there is a lot of stigma and misunderstanding but you need to get over this for the sake of the future generations.
You know you need help, you will not be judged for seeking help, in fact people will respect you for having the courage to change.
So please do this now for your children your grandchildren and all the future generations.
Give yourself the best Christmas present ever, do this for yourself, NOW
RESOURCES- click on the links below
A psychologist reveals three coping strategies for avoiding family arguments this festive season
- Manage expectations and do not hope relatives’ behavior will change
- This makes people less likely to lose their temper and feel disappointed
- Either confront personal jibes by calming saying they bother your
- Or, letting the situation go can make people feel more in control
- Prepare yourself to feel frustrated and plan ahead how you will respond
In a time that’s meant to be full of fun, laughter and giving, a family bust-up can feel especially upsetting. It’s the last thing we want to happen and indeed Relate research has found that 84 per cent of people feel an argument-free Christmas is really important to them. Yet a 2012 Travelodge survey of over 2,000 families found that the average British household will have at least five rows on Christmas Day. Interestingly, they found that people often have similar rows, with recurring themes including children complaining about the gifts they’ve just received and adults rowing about the amount of alcohol they’ve guzzled.
Good news for anyone dreading spending Christmas with ‘loved ones’, it ispossible to diffuse tension and avoid shouting matches. Here, Olga shares the best ways to make sure your family time doesn’t end in an epic row.
This freely downloadable PDF guide provides information for parents and families about self-harm and its causes and effects. It is based on current research on self-harm and on the interviews with parents whose children self-harmed. It contains quotes from them with advice for other parents as well as evidence-based information and links to sources of help.
Psychotropic drug treatment is often prescribed to help people with mental health problems but its use can be controversial. The work of the group aims to understand how psychotropic drugs work from a molecular level through to clinical research in patients.