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#422950 - 01/22/13 03:46 PM .
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#423019 - 01/23/13 02:01 PM Re: STAGES OF GRIEF FOR PARENTS.... [Re: ALovingMum]
sugarbaby Offline


Registered: 08/17/08
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Interesting. Thank you.

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#423131 - 01/24/13 05:32 PM . [Re: ALovingMum]
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#423455 - 01/28/13 11:34 AM Re: STAGES OF GRIEF FOR PARENTS.... [Re: ALovingMum]
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Registered: 01/15/13
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wish my Mom would have made it through the initial stages on to the healing part... Sadly, she has been stuck in anger, self-blame and innappropriate blame. Maybe I should have insisted we don't drop the subject forever, but really there is only so much anger and blame I can take. (Though this makes my Mom sound worse than she is, she just doesn't handle this one topic very well.)

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#423457 - 01/28/13 11:54 AM Re: STAGES OF GRIEF FOR PARENTS.... [Re: HopeDiesLast]
Candu Offline


Registered: 06/30/12
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Loc: Canada
Originally Posted By: HopeDiesLast
wish my Mom would have made it through the initial stages on to the healing part... Sadly, she has been stuck in anger, self-blame and innappropriate blame. Maybe I should have insisted we don't drop the subject forever, but really there is only so much anger and blame I can take. (Though this makes my Mom sound worse than she is, she just doesn't handle this one topic very well.)

It can be very hard to deal with.

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#423514 - 01/28/13 11:21 PM . [Re: HopeDiesLast]
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#423568 - 01/29/13 10:39 AM Re: STAGES OF GRIEF FOR PARENTS.... [Re: ALovingMum]
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Registered: 01/15/13
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I agree, it is a very hard situation to deal with. ALovingMum, I think your story is so much worse and more complicated because you have to fight to keep your children safe every day, while I only disclosed to my Mum after I was grown-up. I think you're holding up terrifically for the circumstances! I'm so sorry though that you can't afford therapy - is there no way your health insurance will take over the costs?

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#423868 - 01/31/13 12:55 PM Re: STAGES OF GRIEF FOR PARENTS.... [Re: ALovingMum]
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Registered: 08/03/12
Posts: 4
Loc: Colorado
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Hope, I am a mum, I can tell you it is the hardest thing that can ever happen to a mother. And you know what is worse, there is no support for the mother - so she will wallow, and grope all on her own in the dark. Everybody is different, some strong and some less strong and we process things differently. It is not too late for healing for both of you - she can seek therapy.


I completely feel you on this one. I joined this forum a few weeks after my son was charged with molestation of my youngest. There are even fewer resources for parents of siblings in this respect. And it tears me apart each and every day. The only thing that keeps me going is knowing that both of my boys are getting the resources and help they need...I don't feel I am yet, but they are and that's encouraging.

Having been a survivor in my own right from SA in college, it brought up all of those feelings again and each day is a struggle not to let it completely unravel my life. I support both of my sons, they are both survivors (the eldest from SA by his bio mom, the youngest a survivor of the eldest) and am very blessed to have friends/family in my life who have worked with SA survivors professionally. But even with that support, it is so very difficult to move onward toward healing in my own heart.

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#427176 - 03/05/13 05:47 AM Re: STAGES OF GRIEF FOR PARENTS.... [Re: ALovingMum]
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Registered: 02/12/12
Posts: 109
Loc: Italy
thank you for this link!
i left out the denial part completely and i also completely left out the blame on my daughter. cant be done, she is a kid! wont make sense. she didnt ask him to do this. she actually asked him not to do this.

but the rest of the list is true and it keeps on coming back and rehappening. not all of it but the guilt factor is great. i mean, its a fact that i didnt know when i should have known. i am responsible for my children and i love them. not so sure if that part will ever go away, despite my own daughter telling me that i cant have known, because he made sure he created opportunities and how she has hidden it to save his ass from prison, until she found a way to be more important to herself than his freedom or his life in general.

ela

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#427753 - 03/11/13 02:24 PM Re: STAGES OF GRIEF FOR PARENTS.... [Re: ALovingMum]
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Registered: 09/10/10
Posts: 261
Loc: NW Ohio

This is a really good resource for parents, thanks for sharing it. Sharing and helping like this can make an important difference in all our recoveries, wish my parents had had something like this, well done!

Best regards,

Gary
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