For My Youngest Son; I am so proud of you and all you have accomplished during this horrible divorce and the Parental Alienation. This shows how Strong you are.
This is for my youngest son…I am so proud of you and all you have accomplished while this horrible divorce has been going on and our beautiful and enriching relationship was destroyed as we try to cope. I came across some information about you. Maybe Los Angeles has some opportunities for you. I really love living here and I am sure you would too.
You look great but, as no surprise you have lost the sparkle in you eyes as I have. I can see your pain, really. Why do you refuse to contact me and help yourself heal in a reasonable manner? You are so smart, have a great sense of humor and many capabilities and are very resourceful that you could really bring many positive changes to your life and bring that sparkle back too.
Well, I am really proud of you and I hope you choose to contact me and return to your kind, respectful , funny, resourceful, self soon so I can see and we can have fun together and do worthwhile things as we used to.
Don’t worry about me. I am fighting for my rights, again; as I had to do with my parents when I was 27 years old. Unfortunately, your father, the man I married, no longer exists because he would never behave as he has since the time of the divorce.
I am preparing my papers for the appeals court and it looks like I will have to go to the US Supreme Court so I can receive my legal rights to a legal divorce. It is such a disgrace but I believe in facing your challenges using the special skills you have and your knowledge too. You have many special skills so I hope you never forget that. I hope you want to be happy too because everyone deserves to be happy so don’t let them constantly blame you and belittle you so they feel important.
***As always, I love you and wish you all the best. View this divorce and the parental alienation as a GREAT OPPORTUNITY to establish your core values and character which you will carry throughout your life. Remember also, our CHOICES define our destiny so I hope you choose to contact me soon; with sincerity, not because you are trying to manipulate me and cause me more distress. I hope you choose to live and stop just existing or being comfortably numb. Love always, Mom
By Sara Hassman, Parental Alienation Solutions, Founder;www.PAlienation.org