Sorry falling skys, didn’t mean to cause you to doubt yourself,
Seems you are doing admirably well under such hard circumstances.
Guess, I just meant that if your brother has noticed it,
Perhaps because he is close but not so emotionally entangled a few words from him might succeed with your children, whereas your words haven’t as yet.
Also, the current environment must be hard for your son,
Such a shame that communication between you two( mum and son) is suffering,
Hopefully when you are both finally ( him and you) apart things will start to improve because your children are free to see you without the feelings of disapproval from their father.
I think that children realise from an early age, who not to upset because of the consequences I.e the abuser so us mum’s then become an easier option to let down,
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