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yOU CAN GO TO TALk TO SOMONE ThAT hAS BEEN ThROUGh ThE SAME ThiNG.
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The best advice though hard to act on. Leaving the person you care about to sort themselves out.
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My adult daughter cuts me off whenever I try to communicate with her-I live overseas and am in my seventies -came a long way to touch base with my family and my daughter in her fifties always seems to want to dredge up the past which is largely imagined wrongs whereas I am a person who looks to the future and moves on. I have tried again recently and she kept trying to blame me for seemingly everything that had gone wrong with her life -eventually telling me to go to Hell-was verbally abusive
I am so hurt and I know she must be miserable.
Her father died 8 years ago -we had been married for nearly fifty years. What more can I do -I am not as well as I was and feel helpless as I no longer have much time to leave her to sort herself out.
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