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15 May 2009


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Thank you for your comment. I am so sorry you and your son have no contact with each other. I will hope for that to change.

My father used to say that he thought parents could make a lot of mistakes as long as children know they are loved. Your love for your son, and pain in his absence, brings an answering pain of sympathy in me.

Maybe you can write a letter expressing your feelings for your son and making amends. Whether you mail it or not, whether he responds or not, you will be making your love heard. And I refuse to believe that doesn't matter.


This sharing of the creation and bringing up of your son is simply wonderful. It is a beautiful story. As my eyes brim with tears, the pain I feel about the mistakes I made in bringing up my own son is deserved because my son wants nothing to do with me. I will never get past the knowledge that I did not mother well. I beg God to watch over him and allow him to be happy in his life.

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