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The Stranger I Call Mother: Reconnecting After Parental Alienation

When my mother called me last September, I was surprised by how easily I still recognized the sound of her voice. When I was four, my father had thrown her out of our home and out of my life.

My mother became like a family myth, an outcast who people only whispered about when they thought I couldn’t hear.

I saw her once when I was a teen. I didn’t dare tell my father.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/the-stranger-i-call-mother-reconnecting-after-parental_us_58fcd620e4b0f420ad99c8ee

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