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iMissMySis
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siblings identify feelings of separation
      #624443 - 01/19/10 09:43 PM

Hello all,

I hope you donít mind me lurking around.

I just published my first book and looking for ideas on the next one.

amazon.com/Miss-My-Sis-Mike-Powell/dp/1598797808




My daughters live in separate homes and this first book came easy. I live it, I saw it, I wrote it.

This book really helped them stayed connected.

This series has to come from my heart like the first one did. Yet I almost need a crystal ball to help me into the next phase the girls will be going thru.

I see a real need to help the children thru the mess that was created for them. Someone making choices for them and hoping it comes out ok.

Iím a wise guy and love to put my .02 cents in.

so ready or not ... Here I come :grin:

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Dogone
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Re: siblings identify feelings of separation [Re: iMissMySis]
      #625915 - 01/24/10 11:53 AM

In my county we are ordered to go through a Kids-Divorce class. I read that book/pamphlet many times.

I agree, we drag them into this, so busy fighting we forget the huge negative impact on them, the lifelong scars for some kids.

Much of the things recommended are to be listened to!

Its better for the parents too, the less the kids are "dragged" into this, the faster the recovery, the quicker the healing for everyone.

I put my 2cents in a few times and got negative results, and some that weren't visible.


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Re: siblings identify feelings of separation [Re: Dogone]
      #642147 - 03/17/10 09:29 AM

My girls are going through separation anxiety and it hurts me sooo bad because I blame myself. My daughter moved in with her dad in July and was going to stay for a year but now wants to stay longer. I dont know what to do, her 5 yr old sis thinks her sister hates her because she wont come back and her 12 yr old sis cries often and says she feels dead when she talks to her because she feels like her sis doesnt care. I is a hard road. Any suggestions on how to get through this?

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iMissMySis
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Re: siblings identify feelings of separation [Re: mom5]
      #649094 - 04/05/10 04:10 PM

How old is your daughter who moved in with dad?

I would try to develop excitement / entertainment around the 12 year old and pull the interest of the daddy's girl over.

Might not be the best answer, yet some teens are a bit selfish, self centered and wont understand the pain they cause around them.

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Careful with your words to the daddyís girl, ugly words sting and stay with them for a long, long time. I wish I can take a few back


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Re: siblings identify feelings of separation [Re: iMissMySis]
      #649255 - 04/06/10 08:55 AM

She is 15 and very self centered as most 15 yr olds are! She had a really rough relationship with her dad for a long time so when she asked to stay there I figured that would give them a chance to mend their relationship. Their dad is Mr. fun and it is hard to compete with that sometimes because financially he has it alot better than I do so when they visit they go on cruises and riding dirt bikes and vacations. It angers me because he hardly pays enough child support and claims he has no money when he does. I think part of the reason she likes it there is it is a big party in CA and here in NC we are more reserved. She has never been daddy's girl and it was a huge shock that she wanted to stay there, now I am afraid my 12 year old will want to stay too.

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