Once you start learning, growing and healing through estrangement from an adult child, you might feel like sharing new insights with your child.
Why wouldn’t s/he be interested in hearing what you’ve learned? And how exciting, to have new knowledge that can create a positive impact in your relationship.
That’s why many parents ask, “How do I let my estranged adult child know I’ve changed, if we’re not currently in contact?”
Tina’s answer is, “Don’t be in a hurry to do that.” Find out why you might want to wait on writing them a note about the work you’ve been doing, and what to do instead.
(If you like this episode, you might also be interested in Actions Speak Louder Than Words with Estranged Adult Children.)
For practical tips on how to repair an estranged relationship with your adult child(ren), see Tina’s book, Reconnecting With Your Estranged Adult Child.
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