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Some estimate that 96% of American Families are dysfunctional in some way – making it the norm.

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Mom is apparently the one who knew (or should have known) what was happening at every moment of every day to their children – physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually.Oath will also provide relevant ads to you on our partners' products.To give you a better overall experience, we want to provide relevant ads that are more useful to you.Our lives become (or continue to be) a carefully constructed illusion based on how it looks, what people will think, and what we imagine will get us the love and security we so desperately crave. Pain that gets buried alive poisons the rest of our lives. You are free to stay or go because you have become dedicated to reality at all costs. We all did the best we could with what we had to work with at the time. The biggest healer for women in daughter divorces is to break the shame by breaking the silence.This is why grandmothers continue to “make peace at all costs” rather than saying what they see, need and want. Pretending that everything is okay when in our hearts we know that is not true can only go so far. Divorce is a harsh word when applied to our mother-child relationships, isn’t it? Divorce occurs when all communication has broken down and attempts at reconciliation fail. With divorce comes all the drama of severed relationships, he-said she-said finger pointing, and drama triangles where people talk about each other, but never directly to one another so healing could occur. Do I wish I had capacity back then to do some things differently? Do I regret what I allowed my children to endure because of the choices I made? Is there anything I can do now to go back and change it? Does it serve anyone for me to live in remorse and regret? Let’s talk about what’s real and how to help live dreams without drama in our later years.

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