Is how you define yourself hindering you from reuniting with your children?

Rock Thomas is captivating in this video and delivers such a powerful message…“The words that follow ‘I am’ follow you.”  Is how you define yourself hindering you from reuniting with your kids?

“Parental alienation” is nothing short of a horrific form of domestic abuse.  It’s often subtle (at least to start), and it weaves its insidious tendrils throughout a family creating a maze of delusions that leave deep long-lasting scars on children and their alienated parents worldwide.

“Parental Alienation” does not discriminate

It does not discriminate.  Mothers and fathers alike have been alienated from their children.  Australian, Chinese, Scottish, English, African, American, and Canadian have been alienated from their children.  Rich or poor, educated or not, famous or blue collar…they have been alienated from their children.

As an alienated parent, you are left feeling out of control, alone, and ashamed…and pleas for help only result in you being label as “crazy” or “unstable”.  No one can truly understand the deep impact it has unless they’ve truly lived the nightmare.  The harder you try to resolve the problem, the worse it seems to take hold.

How do you label yourself?

As an alienated parent, you are a victim…right?  I, as an alienated parent, wholeheartedly disagree!  Remember the first statement of this post?  “The words that follow ‘I am’ follow you.”

I can agree that, as an alienated parent, I have been victimized by my ex-spouse, but I REFUSE to call myself a victim.  I am strong-willed.  I am resilient.  I am compassionate.  I am an amazing mother.

The moment you stop labeling yourself as a victim is the moment your entire life will change, and the moment you will start reuniting with your children.  Are you brave enough to change your labels?

Schedule your free strategy session for help in changing your labels, and to learn your next best move in preventing alienation, or reuniting with your child.

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