Staying Connected

Had a wonderful Saturday evening on Zoom talking to long lost relatives, and our group is growing!

Its is important for alienated children to try and reconnect with as many relatives as possible after being alienated from everyone for many years.

I receive many emails and messages on social media from Alienated families and adult children who have lost contact because the alienator has taken over their lives, and prevented them seeing or contacting their family and friends.

Children feel secure and loved when they have strong and positive family relationships

A family constitutes people who are related to each other and share an emotional bond and similar values. Family members can be related by birth, marriage, or adoption.

Your immediate family includes parents, siblings, spouse, and children. And your extended family includes people you are related to, such as grandparents, cousins, aunts & uncles, nephews, nieces etc.

Characteristics of a Strong Family








With a kid away at school or a parent separated from the family, figuring out who makes the first communication move is sometimes difficult.

“If someone doesn’t take that risk and reach out, it’s not going to happen.”

Over 40 years ago, only 4 of us left sadly

Linda – Always By Your Side

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