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When Family Ties Are Broken, How To Heal The Hurt

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Divorce breaks family ties, separating children from parents and ending connections between in-laws, a hurtful situation that is felt most intensely during the holiday season.  How do we resolve those broken ties, when children are no longer able to spend time with that father, mother, aunt, uncle or cousin who is no longer "in the family"? What if angry arguments caused people to stop speaking to each other and family gatherings become awkward and tense? How can we bring  back feelings of love when people are angry at each other? How can we heal the hurt when family ties are broken so that even if a marriage is no longer intact, harmonious relationships can still remain? Men and women discuss how to repair the damage after a divorce. 

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