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While the estrangement is out of our control, the solution seems to lie in exercising our own control in letting go of the pain and moving on.
One mom shared, “Take the anger, and put it into positive energy to improve yourself… I still feel sad, but I refuse to harbor anger since it only hurts me more.
I acknowledge my sadness but move around and above it to help myself move forward.” Time is a healer.
We need to process the pain but then it might be wisdom to put the pain behind us.
While our children took away the choice to be in a relationship with them, we still have other choices.
The best choice we can make is to move on and live a rich, fulfilling life with new interests and pursuits.
I had a relationship with one of them for over a year.
Thanks to Gleeden I live moments of real happiness every day and I spice up my routine" "I have been a member of Gleeden since February.
I’m in a relationship with kids and I tend to consider myself as being “in crisis”. I’ve had platonic, friendly, love relationships, in different places.
Allowing sadness to control us insults the gift of the remaining life we have.
What do you need to do now for your own physical and emotional health?