“So many things are possible just as long as you don’t know they’re impossible.”
— Norton Juster
I started therapy services with Linda Turner while I was being confronted by my adult daughter in college over parental alienation that occurred in her childhood following a divorce. I was on the receiving end of it, and my daughter only had her father’s side of the story.
It was painful—my daughter said I could never make up for the lost time with her, and every time I reached out or did something for her, she reminded me that it would never change the past or be enough to heal anything.
I was in such pain and devastation that I couldn’t deal with it on my own and needed a specialist in the area of parental alienation. I found Linda online—not my usual way of obtaining therapy. It was nerve wracking sending in that first payment—like, “Am I going to hear from this person! “
Not only did she get back to me, but her sessions have really helped me go on living through the pain and has grown into sessions where I’m also focusing on my own development and goals.
My relationship with my daughter has definitely improved (I realize, I’m lucky—everyone’s journey is different and takes time), but I couldn’t have gone through it without her services. It’s the worst feeling in the world to lose a child emotionally. My prayers are with you.
I’m growing stronger as an individual, and with her services, I’m actually building my own life and looking forward to—dare I say it—maybe even a relationship that I have been desiring for a while but gave up on finding.
I wish you the best of luck, and I have written this, so you have the courage to move forward.
Best Wishes for Your Personal Journey,
Gabrielle – Texas