Posted in Parental Alienation & Narcissistic Personality Disorder

When to let go?

Letting go, leaves your children with the provocative question about how they could love you at the same time acknowledge and assume responsibility for the awful things they have done to you. They will have to engage this question for their own mental and emotional health at some point in their lives. This is your opportunity to have some power in the game and to empower your alienated children. You can do this by making a decision to let go at the same time reinforcing your children’s responsibility for their choice.

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