Revengeful acts when someone has shamed you are not the answer.
”……..Living well is the best revenge you can offer.”
Most of the men and women I know who have been disowned have continued to silently love their families despite family rejection.
This rejection can have hugh implications for the future for someone disowned so severley. The impact on their lives is many fold.
This impact :
1. A lack of security at many levels.
2.worry about being able to cope with the emotional impact on themselves and their new families
3.The rights of passage,everything from celebrations births deaths and marraiges being acknowledged and celebrated with them.
4. The ability to trust is affected
5.The ability to make and keep relationships and the devastation of rejection again can be complex.
7. The courage to see good in yourself in the absence of your family.
8. Remaking your life on a new platform can have a mixture of feelings.
And so forth…the list continues..can you add anything else to this list?
That someone would want to bring justice to their situation is not uncommon,to be understood is important given the injustice done.
However many have survived by speaking out about the wrongs done to them, we live in a democratic country, we are allowed to speak of injustice especially if it breaks the rules of a decent society where people are able to live fully,human rights issues..’The right to family life’.
Your survival maybe difficult,but your life is yours,and whilst you are here remember your greatest ‘revenge’ or addr
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