4 Tips for Healing through Estrangement [Video]

Something told me to Google my stepfather’s name.

A nudge guided me to skip going to his Facebook page, as I had many times in the past, and to use the search engine instead.

And there it was. His obituary.

He passed away six months ago. He has been cremated, his ashes interred, a memorial service held.

I never knew.

It’s the price I pay for freedom.

Estrangement from an emotionally abusive family has a price, and the price can be high.

In order to explain, let’s first talk about the common dynamics of an emotionally abusive, dysfunctional family…

Here is the video presentation of our article by the same name.

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Diana Baker, MSW, is a registered clinical social work intern, mental health counselor and wellness coach. With 20 years' experience working with children and families, she provides mental health counseling in St. John's, Florida. Offering individual and family counseling for children, teens, and adults; face to face, and via video chat and text. For more information, visit goodmentalhealth.info/about
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