There is no band-aid big enough to fix my broken heart.

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Parental Alienation = My Broken Heart. Missing my daughter. Have not seen her in almost a month and have not spoken to her in about 3 weeks. How do I move forward with my life? I am really struggling.

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3 thoughts on “There is no band-aid big enough to fix my broken heart.

  1. You wake up and put one foot in front of the other. Writing letters to AJ is the only thing that keeps me sane. Most days I feel like I’m losing my mind. Like the pain will consume me and I’ll just die. Except I keep waking up. One foot in front of the other again.

  2. It’s not fair! I felt like a hole had been cut out of my heart and my soul had been slashed when the judge (without even seeing me) granted my ex husband and his FIFTH wife emergency custody. And I relive this hurt & wonder how I’ll get through it, but THEN MANY MOTHERS HAVE AND ARE HAVING TO LIVE THROUGHT THIS HELL. But what about our kids? At-risk, medicated, some of them are…. I pray they find support. I pray the “professionals” will wake up and help victims of Parental Alienation. I pray neighbors, teachers, friends of our children will learn about “the worst form of child abuse” and intervene. When our kids are enduring Parental Alienation, our kids have become targets of more abuse by the alienating parent and potential/future partners. May God help us all.

    • I was in the same state of shock and hurt as you. 12 years of being a full time single mom tossed out the window in a 15 minute hearing in which none of the past was addressed and all the focus was on me and my current finances. No focus on my ex and his abuse or poor judgment or instability or absence as a father for 12 years was discussed at all. I did not even get to speak or rebut anything. I got to say “maybe” a few words. My ex, the cop, on the other hand, got to ramble on uninterrupted and pathologically lie and say whatever he wanted. He had the clear upperhand as he had planned this and had the finances to do so. In addition, being a “friend” to the court also helps him!!!

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