Posted in Parental Alienation & Narcissistic Personality Disorder

Thoughts on Parents Whose Children Have Died

There is something that can be almost as painful as losing a child: losing a child who has not died. This is rarely addressed, yet I am convinced the phenomenon of adult children who have chosen never to speak to their parent has reached epidemic proportions. Whenever I raise this subject on my radio show, men (and, less frequently, women) call in and weep when they tell me that their child has not spoken to them in ten, 20, or more years. It is frequently, though certainly not always, the result of parental alienation brought about by an angry ex-spouse during and after a divorce.

https://www.nationalreview.com/2018/03/parents-coping-with-death-of-child/

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