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Since the death of our mother last year, the relationship I have with my sisters has disintegrated. I'm being accused of posting mean things about them on social media. I have not done any such thing. I love them both and would not do that.
Since my daughter got married four years ago, they have continually spent more time with his family than ours. We just don’t think it’s fair and miss them greatly. When grandkids eventually come along, we will definitely want to spend more time with them. Do we just take what we can get? How do we resolve this?
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My in-laws have blocked me on social media. They blocked me over three years ago because of a misunderstanding. We have since cleared up the misunderstanding, but they still continue to block me on all social media.
In this episode, I continue my discussion with Jessica Mockett, founder of Safe Haven Holistic Recovery, about how to prevent child sexual abuse and also respond to children who have experienced the trauma of sexual abuse.
My son is divorced and currently lives with us. He shares a child with his ex-wife, but he has sole custody because she hasn't wanted the responsibility of motherhood. She has suddenly become interested in spending more time with her child, which is good, but I struggle greatly with having her in our home during her visits.