Still alive.

One of the hardest things you will ever have to do, my dear, is to grieve the loss of a person who is still alive.

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  1. This is a quote which I use being a target of parental alienation, if you don’t know what that is please look it up I’m sure whoever is reading this knows someone effected by it. It’s a pain that is death!

  2. My daughter (single) basically turned away from her daughters, sister and myself (her mother) 2 1/2 years ago. She wanted this man who was getting divorced. Needing a place to live, she let him move in with her (she had sent her daughters to live with relatives in another state) when he called and said he was getting divorced and that he loved her. When his divorced was final he left her devasted! In July she met a man on the internet and he came and stayed with her at her home until her death October 16, 2917. This is a common law state and he claims her house is his, her car is his. We are not allowed to go to her home because he won’t let us. I grieved for the last three years when she was alive—now she is gone! It is so hard!

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