Q: I am looking for some advice. My sons ex-girlfriend (after they had been [...]
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بما في ذلك ثنائي الخيارات السماسرة استعراض انتقل إلى هذا الرابط Q: I have four children, three grandchildren. Two of my grandchildren live in Germany as my Son is in the forces, I see them every few months, which isn’t enough but we manage it well and make the most of the time.
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A: This is a tragedy – and everyone is suffering – you, your grandchildren – and your daughter too, because she’s distanced herself from all the love and assistance she’d be getting from you if you were on normal terms.
There’s no quick fix for this. What I’m going to suggest will be hard to do – but think of the rewards. Don’t keep hold of your anger. Don’t harp on about the past – whether you were right or wrong. Don’t reproach her. Forget what happened and just be there – the loving mum I know you are.
In time she’ll come round – she’ll remember she loves you and needs you. Be patient. Don’t say things that can never be unsaid. Your daughter loves you and she’ll remember it if you give her the space.