I Believe This Wave Will Bear My Weight, So Let it Flow

Karen Woodall

I made breakfast this morning accompanied by a song, posted here by someone with whom I have crossed swords with more than once in my journey to fully understand parental alienation.

Struggling through the undertow of difference however, we reach again a place where our common understanding of the world is the foundation stone of all that is between us.  Being able to cope with difference and conflict healthily, is one of the greatest gifts we can possess.  For alienated children, the existence of the healthy parent on the planet who can bear the weight of difference, is one of the greatest gifts available to them.  It is the gift of hope and of healing and of a recovered future. It is the protection against their own loss of their as yet unborn children and it is the rewriting of the historical narrative in the esoteric story of the individual…

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