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Family loyalties

Started by Pen, January 11, 2010, 08:08:08 am

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Quote from: 2chickiebaby on January 11, 2010, 07:21:36 pm
I wish I had the right words, Invisible.  I really do. You are surrounded by friends here.  God Bless you.  I think about you so much.


totally agree with Chickie...Invisable...you are a pillar...and I so admire your strength and ability to stay positive and forthright...yes, indeed God Bless You and thank you Chickie...for being so supportive and aware....loving and considerate...what a great group of ladies you are....

Group hug...LOL

Invisible

2 chickiebaby,

Thank you for your kind words. I am not strong...I cry a lot and ask God, "Why?", everyday .. However, when I start asking why....I remember things can (and often do) get worse.

Situations in life have put me in a situation...a living hell. What am I supposed to do? Look at the situation and try to implement measures to produce positive results. My life is coming to a close. The person most affected by this situation is my GD. She must be the focus and the motivation behind of resolving this situation. Whatever the resolution turns out to be. I must try to do my best. If I love...I don't have a choice. Any control in life is an illusion. All I can do is develop a reslationship with my GD and keep my ears and eyes wide open.

Thank you all for your continued support and friendship. It means a lot to me. I feel as I am speaking with mothers who understand my plight and wish for the best outcome possible.

Quote from: 2chickiebaby on January 11, 2010, 07:21:36 pm
I wish I had the right words, Invisible.  I really do. You are surrounded by friends here.  God Bless you.  I think about you so much.

2chickiebaby

Invisible...I know there is no real comfort for this.  I just want to say that in your son's place, there is an innocent child; I know you know that.  She has only one hope, outside of God and that's in you.

You have been given a gift in her, not a replacement but a gift to teach and love unconditionally.  She might never know another safe place but your place.  It's a lot to deal with...your situation is so hard and makes me cry.

She is what you must be living for now....and I know that you are telling her things she will never learn anywhere else.  She is one very blessed little girl to have her Grandmother.  Believe me, if not for you, there is no telling what might happen to her.  Stay strong.   We are here for you.  Our problems are teeny tiny compared to yours.  :'(