A heart-breakingly simple question for an absent parent… do you miss your children?

David R Shubert

David R Shubert

David R Shubert describes himself as a left-behind and alienated parent who has been fighting for his daughter and step-son for over a decade. Through his writing he is spreading awareness of parental alienation.

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5 Responses

  1. andrea says:

    Laurence NorwinAllen Every second of every minute of every hour of every day for the last 34 years.

    I now have two grandsons I have never met. Do they even know I exist?

  2. Ron says:

    My wife has only been able to see her two boys the last few months for seven hours every other week.
    One sister has told my wife that she is lucky to see her children at all.

    We are presently briefing a new attorney…

    SORRY FOR THE HEAVY EDITING OF THIS POST – BUT IT INVOLVES ON-GOING COURT NEGOTIATIONS AND COULD SWAY THE OUTCOME … Editor

  3. Cari says:

    A huge piece of my heart is gone. I haven’t seen two of my grandkids in three years. My heart breaks everyday. Not only for me but for my son (their father) and their cousins. It’s as if they died. This has to stop, now! We can’t take it much longer. The courts are so twisted in these matters. How do the judges sleep at night?

  4. Paul Webber says:

    Do I miss my kids. It’s more then miss…you mourn your living children. My health has broken down to serious degrees since losing all contact almost 7 years ago. No parent should have to go through this pain.

  5. Frances says:

    We have not seen my step-son in 3 years. The pain our daughters and we feel is indescribable. It is a feeling no one should be forced to feel.

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