Support Group for Parents of Estranged Adult Children
Thank you for your interest in the community support group for parents of estranged adult children. I’m Sheri McGregor, founder of this website and forum, and author of the book: Done With The Crying: Help and Healing for Mothers of Estranged Adult Children
In the support group for parents of estranged adult children, you’ll find understanding and camaraderie. Among those who know this unique sorrow,, you can explore your feelings, discuss issues rejected parents face as an estrangement continues, and move toward healing.
Join parents who know the pain of estrangement and can fully empathize, yet are focused on living a happy life.
Some important rules for registrants:
- When you register, make sure your username is not the same as your real name, your child’s name, or any portion of your email. Use a screen name that is meaningful or makes you feel good, because other members will know you by the screen name, and refer to you using it.
- You are required to include your real first and last name for membership, as well as legitimate email address.
- Your posts in the support group for parents of estranged adult children do show up on the Internet, so please don’t post personal information, or dates, locations, or other details about your estranged adult child.
- When you register for the forum, you will also be subscribed to the emailed newsletter, which goes out approximately once per month.
Other terms and conditions: By registering, you agree that when you post to the forum, you have granted Sheri McGregor and rejectedparents.net a non-exclusive license to the content you posted (providing that you hold copyright to the content and have not copied from another source, which is not allowed). Accordingly, your content may be removed without your permission. However, you are not guaranteed the removal of any content you post. The termination of the non-exclusive license must be agreed upon by both parties. Regular back-ups of the site’s database are made, and content that is deleted could potentially be inadvertently restored.Google+