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Finding My Peace in a Broken Family
My aunt passed away last week and I feel nothing but emptiness and void. My mother and her sisters had a falling over thirty years ago, when I was a small child. My mother refuses to see another side of the events of that night other than hers. She steadfastly holds onto her position as if it's the air she breathes, the cables holding her over the cliff, and if she let go, she would fall into the abyss. For three decades my mother hasn't spoken to her sisters and now that one is gone, it's too late.
Is there a rift in your family that is ripping your loved ones apart? Whether the incident happened decades ago or just last week, do you really want to lose someone you love over it? If you have not been able to forgive, forget or even speak to a relative because of a disagreement, consider these tips from Dr. Get to the root of what caused the rift. Have you really uncovered what the issue is that has you fighting so bitterly?
Show less On the one hand, addressing old rifts and frayed relationships in the family can be painful. On the other hand, letting past wounds go untreated means you risk losing valuable, long-enduring family bonds. So, rather than allowing them to fester and worsen, learn how to repair the damage and come out of it even stronger than before. While it may seem like confronting family members and addressing the issue outright is the most logical way to do this, there are in fact other options you can choose, such as writing a letter, extending a direct apology, or practicing more productive and open communication in the future. To heal family wounds, talk face to face with your family if possible to make communicating easier.
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