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Prepare Yourself for Backlash When Going No Contact [Advice for Adult Children]

COMMON REACTIONS FROM MUTUAL FRIENDS AND FAMILY WHEN AN ADULT SURVIVOR GOES NO CONTACT WITH BIRTH FAMILY

The Invisible Scar

[via flickr user Dawn Ashley] [via flickr user Dawn Ashley] When the adult survivor of emotional child abuse decides to take a break (whether temporary or permanent) from the birth family, that decision may come to a shock to people in their social circles. From the outside of the family circle-—and even within it, at times—everything has looked perfect, tidy, and loving. To all who gaze at the birth family, the portrait of a good and loving family is all they see.

In that light, the decision to take a break may seem out of nowhere. However, that life-changing, painful decision has not come lightly. Many adult children have agonized over the decision, discussed it with mental health professionals, and also gone back to analyze all the years of small events and large ones leading to this drastic measure.

And when the adult survivor of emotional child abuse separates themselves from the birth family, they…

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