Have you been advised to STOP telling your child you LOVE them?

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Surely, one of the best things in life is to be able to tell your child that you love them … to let them know that you care and that you will always be there to protect them.

Then something awful happens and you split from your wife or husband and one way or the other you move into another life … a life that is alien to you. You become the absent parent.

And at first you have heartbreak … heartbreak for the whole family. But your own heartbreak is all the greater because you are the parent who can no longer kiss your son or your daughter good night every night as they go to bed and to their own land of young dreams.

But you also know that your child is suffering because they miss you – a massive part of their life is basically standing at the window looking in, waving and then walking away. Secretly all your child sees is you walking away.

So, you know it is your job to re-assure them, make them feel safe, cared for, wanted, loved even though now you live across town or in a different part of the world.

But you can re-assure them and tell them how much they are loved by telephone, by letter, on your access days or simply by a gesture or a look.

Then something happens … something beyond comprehension.

You are advised by the people who are supposedly there to help heal rifts between families, to protect the sanctity of parental love, that you must no longer tell your child you love them …

Yes, here at the consumerwatchfoundation.com we are hearing real-life horror stories of estranged parents who are being told that displays of affection are putting your child in danger of emotional damage.

Tell us at the consumerwatchfoundation.com if this has happened to you – when we have enough   we will approach Cafcass and other organisations and face them with the facts.

We will publish their response.

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3 thoughts on “Have you been advised to STOP telling your child you LOVE them?

  1. Yes!!! I was told over and over by the psych heresy “expert” psychologists that it put too much pressure on the child. I was under a microscope and could not tell them I loved them!! It was maddening! Made me so upset I cried, and then I was told I was too emotional! Nearly three years of litigation later, a six week trial and more than a half million spent in fees, including $100k in psychologists who all claimed that had the EXACT skill out family needed for $300/hr, my family was destroyed and three of my four girls still “hate” me. I begged God to take me, the pain of my loss left me helpless and hopeless in a pit of despair, not to mention the effects this will have on my children. Everyone who hears my story say it is made for television, but despite hundreds of thousands of pages of evidence, no one would believe it. I have to somehow carry on as if nothing happened, as all the psychologists move on to their next prey and the court could care less….

  2. I had messages purportedly from my child via my sister saying that she wished I wouldn’t send her birthday gifts and cards which tell her I love her. I was also told by my social worker that they didn’t want to see me and she actually helped the alienation – just making a sweeping judgement. She just wanted me out of the way so that she could close the case and move on. Her solution was Mum is gone, the problem is fixed….or children damaged and broken in the longer term.

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