Lessons Learned

I’d like to send out a thank you to my daughter.

I know you’re not speaking to me right now, but when I sent presents to the grandkids, you sent them back. What about the gift shipped to my newest grandchild, direct to you? Probably gave it away. So cruel.

So, I’d like to thank you for learning your lessons so well from when I was being denied access to you and your brother when you were growing up. After all, how else could you have learned such cold-hearted and vicious behavior? Except from the examples you were shown while I was being denied access to you.

Do you really want to repeat this cruelty? Don’t you want to break the cycle of abuse that started when you were so young? What do you hope to accomplish by doing to me with my grandchildren, what was done to me with my own children?

If you don’t think you are a victim of parental alienation, look in a mirror, and see what the face of PAS looks like. See what you’re doing to your own children by denying them their grandmother. I realize I’m not their only grandmother, so does that mean that you can just throw one away?

I pray for you my daughter. I pray you will not come to know the type of cruelty you are dishing out. I pray you will wake up and break the cycle. Practice what you preach.

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