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5 Steps to Take If Your Ex Is Limiting Access to Your Child

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There are two situations close to me where a parent is limiting the other parent’s access to a child. One set of parents is American, and the other is European – so it happens everywhere. In both instances, the parents doing the limiting are the mothers. But we all know that dads do it, too.

Everyone is losing. Including me, because these moms and dads are in my family, and it’s painful to watch.

The moms are so afraid of loss that they’re using power as a band-aid for their fear. The dads feel that their time with their child is being stolen from them, and the pain colors everything else in life. And the children are learning that the purpose of life is to control people and conditions in order to be all right and avoid pain.

The moms say that it’s in the child’s best interest. And they’re keeping lists of why that’s true. And there’s plenty of evidence to prove it. That’s because our experience of life is the result of what we believe, so it always proves us right.

This leaves the dads with few options. They can get a lawyer and go to war, but no one wins that war.

Here are some possibilities that might help.

Stop saying life isn’t fair.
If we walk around saying that life isn’t fair, we’ll constantly find the evidence to prove us right – and the result will be more pain. If we believe that our happiness and our unhappiness depends on whether someone does something good or bad to us, we’re giving them way too much power. Nothing has the power to affect us until we decide what to believe about it and what our response should be.

So be super careful in what you decide to believe. And practice accepting what people do without wishing for something else, because that wishing will keep you in a state of dis-ease.

Stop believing you’re a victim.
If someone is treating us badly, we have the right to hold that person accountable and to take action to stop the abuse. But we hinder ourselves by going the next step of saying: “You hurt me. You betrayed me. My life is miserable because of you. How could you do this? I’ll never get over it.” In that case, we’re choosing to be a victim and we’ll suffer.

You don’t need people to behave a certain way in order to feel all right. So decide to be unaffected by other people’s words and actions. It will help to focus on what’s going well and what already makes you feel good.

Choose an attitude that works for you.
I like to say: “I created this mess, and I can un-create it.” It gives me back my confidence.

When people don’t keep their agreements, we can accuse them, blame them and punish them, or we can release them. But whatever we do with them is less important than what we do with ourselves. When people break agreements, what we should not do is let it become our personal hell.

Believing is receiving. If we expect the worst, we’ll get it – and then we’ll use it as evidence that we’re right. But we can change our mind. By directing our thoughts on purpose, our attitude will change, which will also change our actions, and that will change our experience.

We can’t draw the best from people if we’re focusing on their weaknesses and making them wrong. So our first step is to accept that everyone really is doing the best they can with what they have to work with.

And being a good example to our children means being bigger than conditions and broken agreements – and supporting people in spite of reasons to not.

So decide that you’ll give your attention to things that you can do something about. And then acknowledge that the only thing you can do something about is your attitude.

Forgive.
The reason to forgive people is because we deserve it. Otherwise, we end up with too much pain.

Revenge won’t work. Confucius said: “Before you embark on a journey of revenge, dig two graves.” Someone else said: “Revenge is like taking poison and waiting for the other person to die.” So don’t go there.

Self-righteous forgiveness won’t work either. Saying, “I’ll benevolently forgive you for how you’ve mistreated me,” is still making the other person wrong. And you’ll keep demanding accountability.

Conditional forgiveness won’t work either. Saying, “I’ll forgive you if you promise never to do it again,” is an attempt to manipulate the other person. Plus it reveals your buttons, by telling people what you’re afraid they’ll do, which will draw it to you.

Real forgiveness means letting people off the hook forever, even if they do it again. Which is really tough to do, if they’re doing it right now.

So the only real way to forgive is to stop making people wrong. First, check whether being right is a self-esteem issue for you. Do you need others to be wrong so that you can feel all right? If so, take care of that – take care of you.

Then stop making people wrong because everyone is right from his or her standpoint. That means no one is wrong. So you and your ex are both right.

Here’s what will give you some relief. You’re not obligated to do anything that doesn’t make you feel good. And that includes interacting with people who’ve demonstrated that they’re willing to mistreat people. If people treat you in a way that is hurtful, don’t interact with them anymore.

It will help to remember that people hurt other people because they hurt. So stay calm and kind. You can say Yes to the person while saying No to his or her actions.

The purpose of forgiveness is to make your life better. So love yourself enough to set yourself free – and love yourself enough to set everyone else free. By forgiving people and accepting them as they are, you’ll begin drawing only supportive people into your life.

Teach your child to love.
Children who grow up in a parental warzone – no matter how much the parents try to keep them out of it – take it all inside. If we make our exes wrong, our children will see it as a negative message about themselves. They’ll develop a belief that they’re not worthy, and then they’ll spend the rest of their lives trying to unlearn it.

And worrying won’t help. It’s not possible to worry about our kids and love them at the same time because worry is fear-based and love is not. Instead of worrying, we need to keep affirming their innate goodness and their abilities. That way, they constantly receive a message of feeling loved, even from a distance.

The only way we can teach our children to love is to demonstrate it. And we can’t demonstrate it when we’re acting from fear or anger. We demonstrate love best by loving ourselves and by loving life, even when it’s messy. That means staying loving even when we’re faced with the opposite.

When your children see you stay calm, kind, even happy, when life is difficult and relationships are stressed, they’ll learn that life is not threatening. And they’ll be more likely to appreciate life and other people.

It’s the best gift you can give your children, even if you don’t see them as much as you want. Faith in life as a “best friend,” believing that life is good and that “I’m worthy and I deserve the best.”

Like I said, it’s happening in my family, and it’s painful to watch. So I’m also working on these 5 steps. If you’re living the same challenge, hang in there. You’re not alone.

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Before there was Target, Loehmann’s gave me access to designer brands at lower prices. And Loehmann’s is where I purchased my first Lilly Pulitzer dress. It was this dress that I wore at my friend’s country club, only I re-created the design. I shortened the knee length dress to a mini-dress reminiscent of Twiggy in the 1960’s (only with a much curvier body), and I paired it with black combat boots and a shredded jean jacket. Maybe Lilly would not have approved with what I did with her designs. But I’ve never been one to judge style. How can I? Style is someone’s individuality and creative execution; I appreciate it. 

So, the executives of Lilly Pulitzer decided to partner with Target to bring their fashion to the masses. The PR/Publicity team did a great job creating excitement and, most importantly, selling out of the designs in a day. But there are people who are upset about Lilly “selling out.” The comments I’ve read are an interesting array of elitism, brand loyalty and protection of Lilly Pulitzer. Not saying I believe in making everything commercial, I don’t at all. But there is something so wonderful about fashion being accessible for all, don’t you agree? 

Apparently, Lilly was an inclusive person, and would have been happy about the broad reach of the brand. I understand that in the end, this is truly a business decision for the company. But as a consumer, I sure do appreciate the access to designer fashion for all people. Here is my original piece, “Mrs. Lilly Pulitzer, May I wear Combat Boots with your Dresses?”

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One nonprofit is using its expertise on bringing better foods into underserved areas to help other groups hoping to do the same.

D.C. Central Kitchen (DCCK) — an organization fighting hunger — produced a manual for other nonprofits to utilize based off of its successful Healthy Corners program. The manual — made available for free in February, according to the Chronicle of Philanthropy — provides crucial information on how the program got off the ground, why it was successful and what tactics didn’t work along the way.

The Healthy Corners program partners with dozens of local businesses to provide fresh produce and nutritional snacks to corner stores in the capital’s food deserts — low-income neighborhoods that lack grocery stores or markets.

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He noted that, despite what some may believe, poor community members will buy healthy foods if they have access to them.

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Although DCCK has celebrated progress with its Healthy Corners program, research suggests advocates need to do more than simply place healthier options in food deserts, such as provide nutrition education to community members, NPR reported. That’s why DCCK offers services like cooking demonstrations and marketing support to stores — so residents understand the benefits of eating healthier and can learn how to incorporate doing so into their lives.

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“It’s really helpful to have a model that has already done this and is working,” Food Shift Director Dana Frasz told the outlet.

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So far this year, the transgender community has seen a mind-boggling amount of violence and loss.

Whether it is Penny Proud in New Orleans, Louisiana, or Bri Golec in Akron, Ohio, in each case the circumstances are eerily similar: Trans women losing their lives unnecessarily as victims of brutal, violent crimes. Other high profile cases of suicides among transgender individuals, or cases of discrimination suffered by transgender people in either housing or the workplace have captured the nation’s attention by sharing the challenges that transgender people face by being marginalized, othered, harassed, hurt and misunderstood. Collectively these cases have created a rise in social media posts with a poignant and all-too-familiar hash tag, #translivesmatter.

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Re-read some of her social media posts before she took her life, “I can’t wait until I am 18 to begin transitioning,” and “I can’t wait one more day.” These posts point to her inability to access appropriate healthcare as a potential immediate precipitating factor in her death; one that may have been 100 percent preventable.

I suspect this aspect of the story was not pursued with vigor out of respect to Leelah’s grieving parents, who the media chose to, understandably, not challenge with respect to the rationale behind the decisions they may have made or not made for their child. And it certainly is not my intention to unnecessarily stir the pot, create drama or inflict more pain for on the Alcorn family.

However, there is a larger educational point that needs to be said loud and clear for the benefit of other families and for transgender or gender nonconforming youth. That message is simple: For transgender youth, access to health care services saves lives.

Truth is that in many centers, including the Gender and Sex Development Program that I co-direct at Ann and Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago, adolescents like Leelah shouldn’t have to wait until the age of 18 to begin engaging in gender-affirming care. Youth should and do have the opportunity to begin the process of transitioning in a way that allows them to live life as their authentic self.

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For, while it remains true that too many transgender youth are the victims of hate crimes, and too many become homeless or contemplate suicide, this spectrum of dysfunction does not capture the strength, perseverance, pride and resilience that in my professional opinion more accurately captures the spirit of the young transgender people I see each and every day.

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