To My Children:
I hope you are both healthy and happy. My heart is heavy with emotions, but also hopeful for the chance to reconnect with you after such a long period of separation. Although we have been apart from each other for the past several years, please know that not a single day has passed without me thinking about you both and yearning for the day when we could be together again.
From the moment you came into this world, you brought immense joy and purpose to my life. Being your parent has been the most fulfilling and rewarding experience, and I cherish every memory we shared together. I may not have been present physically in your lives these past years, but my love for you remains unwavering and unconditional.
I am aware that the circumstances that led to our separation were complicated and difficult. I am truly sorry for the way I made feel and you might have many questions. It is my greatest wish to sit down with each of you, listen to your feelings, and try my best to understand your perspective. Communication is key, and I am ready to patiently listen without judgment whenever you are willing to share your thoughts.
No matter what has transpired, I want to emphasize that my love for you both is boundless. I am your parent, and that bond can never be broken. My arms and my heart remain open to you, and I hope that one day, we can rebuild the relationship that was once so strong and loving.
I dream of the day when we can once again share laughter, stories, and experiences together. Until that day arrives, I will continue to hold you both close in my heart. I want you to remember that you are both incredible individuals with unique talents and strengths. Never doubt your worth, and never forget that I am here for you whenever you are ready to reconnect.
Loving you always,
Speaking Up and Speaking Out
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Ohio to Pass Equal Parenting into Law
June 22, 2021
Equal Shared Parenting Rights Bill Introduced by Representatives Creech and West