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I Thought We'd Never Speak Again: The Road from Estrangement to Reconciliation

Explore the journey of reconciliation in Laura Davis's "I Thought We'd Never Speak Again." Learn from real-life stories and practical insights on how to mend fractured relationships without necessarily forgiving past hurts. Whether seeking to repair, improve, or navigate relationship conflicts, this book offers invaluable guidance for finding peace and healing. (affiliate link)


Done With The Crying: Help and Healing for Mothers of Estranged Adult Children

Sheri McGregor, M.A., shares guidance and support in "Done With The Crying: Help and Healing for Mothers of Estranged Adult Children." Drawing on her experience and insights from over 9,000 parents, McGregor offers practical tools and research-backed strategies to help parents cope with estrangement. With empathy and practical exercises, she empowers mothers to navigate emotional triggers and find happiness again. Relevant for fathers, too, this book offers hope and understanding for families facing unexpected estrangement.(affiliate link)


Feeling Heartbroken and Alone? How to Pick up the Pieces When You are Estranged

The book explores five essential strategies for managing well-being during estrangement. It examines everyday emotional experiences, the repercussions of estrangement, the connection between grief and loss, and the possibility of reconciliation. Discover solutions within the pages of this book. Explore practical options and supportive therapy for creating healthy boundaries. Remember, you're not alone—find support and guidance here.


Fault Lines: Fractured Families and How to Mend Them

Experience the heartache of estrangement from a family member? You're not alone. Over 65 million Americans are navigating similar rifts, yet guidance on healing these wounds is scarce. Enter Karl Pillemer's groundbreaking book, "Fault Lines." Drawing from a decade-long study and hundreds of interviews, Pillemer offers hope for fractured families. With insights from personal narratives and scientific research, he unveils strategies for reconciliation. From understanding the roots of estrangement to taking concrete steps towards healing, "Fault Lines" is a must-read for anyone seeking to mend broken family ties in an increasingly fragmented world. (affiliate link)


Family Estrangement: A matter of perspective

Discover the complexities of family estrangement in "Family Estrangement: A Matter of Perspective." Drawing from extensive research, this book delves into estrangement's emotional and psychological aspects, offering insights from both the estranged and those who initiate it. With practical guidance and theoretical frameworks, it provides support for navigating this challenging terrain. Ideal for estranged individuals and professionals working with them, this book sheds light on a rarely discussed topic that profoundly impacts familial relationships. (affiliate link)


Understanding Ruptured Mother-Daughter Relationships

How can therapists effectively navigate the complexities of ruptured maternal relationships in therapy? Whether the goal is to mend estranged bonds or redefine oneself after parental estrangement, this book offers invaluable guidance. It is tailored for mental health professionals working with adult women and delves into the estrangement cycle, providing clinical tools to address challenges within personal identity, relationships, and grief. Therapists can create a supportive environment for healing through client vignettes and practical strategies. This resource empowers clinicians and clients alike to navigate the emotional journey of "Estrangement Energy" with confidence. (affiliate link)


Whole Brain Living: the Anatomy of Choice and the Four Characters that Drive our Life 

Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor, renowned author of My Stroke of Insight, unveils the complexities of our brain's emotional and thinking capacities in her latest book, Whole Brain Living. Readers learn to harness their brain's full potential for inner peace and fulfillment through the concept of four distinct characters within us—Left Thinking, Left Emotion, Right Emotion, and Right Thinking. Discover a transformative roadmap to navigate life's challenges with clarity and balance. (affiliate link)


Healing Grief Card Deck

David Kessler, internationally recognized for his expertise in navigating grief and loss, has crafted impactful methods for coping, healing, and reconstruction following bereavement. This user-friendly deck of cards contains 55 actionable practices centered on Your Reaction to Loss, Understanding Grief, and Recovery. It underscores the notion that grief is a testament to the depth of one's affection.(affiliate link)


Mental Health Resources

  • For life-threatening situations, Call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room
  • If you are suicidal or in emotional distress, Call 988 Suicide Crisis Lifeline
  • National Domestic Violence Hotline. Call 800-799-7233
  • Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Find Treatment

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Together, we can create a strategy so that you can move forward with your life. When reconciliation is desired and possible, we work toward that end. When reconciliation is not desired or healthy,  we work toward establishing clear boundaries to honor your well-being.