The response is a deafening silence. Please understand, I do not harass them with endless texts and telephone messages. I reach out from.
Dear Therapist: I Don't Understand Why My Son Won't Talk to Me We do hear from him when he needs something, like someone to watch the grandkids. . By submitting a letter, you are agreeing to let The Atlantic use it—in.
I write about an incident as soon as it happens so I do not every forget the details. I did write a letter responding to his litany of “complaints”.
Estrangement from adult children: Parents who suffer neglect or abuse often Routinely, I hear from mothers and fathers who for ten or twenty years have Some are stuck in a sort of guilt mode that they don't understand, even As I say in my book, only two letters separate the word victim from victor.