2 thoughts on “Marriage: It Doesn’t Have to be THAT Hard (even during Parental Alienation)

  • November 29, 2018 at 11:31 am

    Ivy, I have loved your blog. It matters to me, thank you. I have marvelled at you thru your writting, and today is no exception. I sit back and feel peaceful by it. How is it that you do that? You’re not just spitting out text book words about being calm during a storm, you really believe and live it, and that gets conveyed beautifully, so that I actually feel it too. Like a calming maternal love. I’ll take some credit for receiving it, but I feel grateful to you for honestly showing so much love and gratitude. You’re wonderful. Thank you for sharing so much about such great pain and also about willing endurance. Best of luck continuing for both you and Rhys. You both deserve it.

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  • November 29, 2018 at 11:59 am

    Oh, and Ivy, thank you for calling abuse abuse. And for calling out an abuser in the face of enormous immenent attack and attempted destruction. My courage is strengthened by your bravery about what must be done by those who speak up.

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