Words. So powerful. They can crush a heart, or heal it. They can shame a soul, or liberate it. They can shatter dreams, or energize them. They can obstruct connection, or invite it. They can create defenses, or melt them. We have to use words wisely. -Jeff Brown

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  1. Unfortunately, my grandson and I were hurt by my son not andwering his calls or texts from us. I hadnt taken my antidepressants one day and decided to try to fone my son. When it went straignt through to answer machine im afraid I left no stone unturned.
    You see there was also another build up to this re his wedding and the birth of his beautiful daughter whom I love very much. I felt I was being cut out of both these and not allowed to see the baby for months at a time. I think his wife wanted her mother to see more of the baby but my son was also cheeky to me when I asked if I could take some photos when I come up. I was told know.
    Anyway there a few more little things that my grandson and I thought to be insulting. Someone said to me that the negativity is possibly coming from the wife.. Im afraid he hasnt forgiven me wont answe his fone and has moved although I knew he was doing so but hasnt been in touch to let us know where he is.I am doing my best to let it go after sending many apologies but at the back of my mind is my grandaughter whom I am missing out on. I read once that angry words come from a hurt person.xx

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